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This has contributed to the reluctance of paediatric surgeons to embrace the laparoscopic approach. However, better access, panoramic visual field, quick recovery and reduced complication rates still put laparoscopy ahead in these procedures. 2. Advantages of paediatric laparoscopy There is growing evidence that laparoscopy has more advantages and benefits to offer children than was earlier presumed to be the case. These benefits have been widely reported (Table 1) and significantly outweigh any concerns regarding the technical difficulties (Table 2) which are largely overcome with increasing experience and further developments in the laparoscopic equipment.
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