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Minimally invasive 3-hole esophagectomy can be undertaken by a number of approaches and has been adopted by several centers. The preliminary results are encouraging. Although a trend has been seen toward favoring an Ivor Lewis approach among surgeons using minimally invasive techniques, the 3-hole approach should continue to be a part of the surgeon’s armamentarium. This informative article discussed the current results and the technique being used.

Minimally invasive 3-hole esophagectomy can be undertaken by a number of approaches and has been adopted by several centers. The preliminary results are encouraging. Although a trend has been seen toward favoring an Ivor Lewis approach among surgeons using minimally invasive techniques, the 3-hole approach should continue to be a part of the surgeon’s armamentarium. This informative article discussed the current results and the technique being used.

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