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A rare case of true duplication of the gallbladder is herein reported on a young male patient with other congenital abnormalities. Both gallbladders had unequivocal signs of chronic inflammatory disease and lithiasis. The patient was diagnosed preoperatively as having acute cholecystitis but the...
Laparoscopic resection of a 2.5 cm splenic artery aneurysm in a 64-year-old woman is presented. The diagnosis was suspected on plain roentgenograms of the lumbosacral spine and confirmed by abdominal CT scan and selective splenic arteriography. The hospital course was uneventful and she was...
Infarction of an appendix epiploica is a rare event that is seldom diagnosed preoperatively. Report herein is a case of a 76-year-old male complaining of abdominal pain. The etiology of this pain was unclear but the diagnosis of epiploitis was preoperatively suspected. The infarcted epiploic...
The first 26 attempted laparoscopic appendectomies for the clinical diagnosis of acute appendicitis were compared with an age and sex matched control group of patients randomly selected from those operated on for acute appendicitis during the previous 6 month period. Both groups were comparable...
Laparoscopic management of ectopic pregnancies is the accepted method of treatment in most centers. This report describes a case of persistent trophoblastic implants to the peritoneum after laparoscopic linear salpingostomy for evacuation of an early ectopic pregnancy. Based on this experience,...
A technique for thoracoscopic dissection of the esophagus is described which gives a large and magnified view of the pleural cavity, the mediastinum, and the esophagus. This technique was developed on human cadavers which gives excellent technical resources for learning and practicing endoscopic...
While the inguinal approach to hernia repair remains the standard of care, laparoscopic hernia repair techniques are rapidly evolving. The first 102 laparoscopic hernia repairs were reviewed. Reported herein are the types of hernias repaired, length of hospital stay, early recurrence rate,...
A case of endometriosis is presented involving the urinary bladder successfully treated by laparoscopic partial cystectomy. The laparoscopic surgical technique is fully discussed. Laparoscopic partial cystectomy represents a viable option in the treatment of vesical endometriosis, obviating the...
Laparoscopically-assisted minimally invasive procedures have been applied to a broad spectrum of abdominal interventions. Neurosurgeons performing ventriculoperitoneal shunt operations for hydrocephalus used to place the peritoneal catheter by performing an upper abdominal midline or subcostal...
Varicocele is a common condition for which currently accepted methods of treatment are less than satisfactory. Reported herein is a successful laparoscopic technique of repair.
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