【Abstract】：Echinococcosis is a common type of parasitic disease in pastoral areas, and hepatic cystic echinococcosis is mainly observed in clinical practice, with surgical resection as the main treatment method. With the continuous development of endoscopic technology and the advantages of little trauma, clear visual field, and rapid postoperative recovery, it has gradually been applied in the treatment of hepatic cystic echinococcosis and has achieved a good treatment effect. Since laparoscopic endocystectomy and subtotal pericystectomy have high incidence rates of residual cavity complications and recurrence in clinical practice, they are not recommended for the treatment of hepatic cystic echinococcosis, and meanwhile, laparoscopic partial hepatectomy and total pericystectomy have the advantages of little trauma, few complications, and good safety in radical resection of lesion. With reference to related articles in China and foreign countries, this article summarizes and elaborates on the indications, precautions, and complications of laparoscopic partial hepatectomy and total pericystectomy, so as to provide a reference for minimally invasive treatment of hepatic cystic echinococcosis.
【Key words】：echinococcosis，hepatic； laparoscopy； surgical procedures，operative