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The complication and mortality rates are not increased in super-super obese patients who undergo LapRYGB. Acceptable weight loss can be achieved safely in these patients.
A high quality of surgical excision can be achieved by the laparoscopic dissection, suggesting that this approach in treatment of rectal carcinoma is oncologically safe.
The EPDU was accurate in estimating lesion location. The device also holds promise as an aid in the completion of difficult exams (about 30% of cases in this study).
Topically administered GTN to the SO does not aid in obtaining a cholangiogram or cannulation during an ERCP.
Left adrenal lesions, as selected cases of pheochromocytoma, can be safely treated by laparoscopic submesocolic access.
Early diagnostic laparoscopy and treatment results in the accurate, prompt, and efficient management of acute abdominal pain. This technique reduces the rate of unnecessary laparotomy and right iliac fossa gridiron incisions and increases the diagnostic accuracy in these patients. This treatment...
Laparoscopic liver resections, including major hepatectomies, are feasible and safe. Major and posterior resections are difficult, though, and conventional surgery remains an option.
A higher conversion rate of LC is found 2–6 weeks after ERC compared to LC within 2 weeks. However, further research is needed to gain more reliable data on whether this is caused by timing.
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