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This study shows that fibrin sealants can be used safely in laparoscopic procedures. Keeping the spray periods short and allowing air to escape from the abdomen can minimize the IAP increase. According to our results, a laparoscopic spray application of fibrin sealant should start with an...
Mesh fixation by Glubran-II impairs tissue integration, elicits inflammation, and unfavorably alters the biomechanics of macroporous mesh and the abdominal wall.
According to the findings, EUS is a feasible method for evaluating post-Nissen fundoplication hiatal anatomic relationships. The combination of EUS and EGD allows the mechanism of failure to be detected in patients presenting with postoperative symptoms after Nissen fundoplication.
The surgical anatomy of sheep liver resembled that of human liver. Laparoscopic major hepatic resection can be performed with accuracy using this information. Sheep is therefore an ideal animal model for advanced surgical training in laparoscopic hepatic resection.
Laparoscopic RFA requires advanced laparoscopic ultrasound skills for an accurate placement of the RFA probe. The perfused tumor-mimic model presented is a safe, easy, effective, and economic method to improve and train laparoscopic RFA skills on porcine liver tissue.
GISTs can safely and effectively be treated laparoscopically although larger GISTs in difficult anatomical locations may require open surgery.
The findings show that T2 ablation in thoracoscopic sympathectomy for palmar hyperhidrosis is as effective as T2–T3 ablation in terms of symptomatic relief, recurrence, compensatory hyperhidrosis, and patient satisfaction.
Small bowel tumors are not an infrequent cause of OGIB. Capsule endoscopy, even if it does not allow determination of the benign or malignant nature or the histologic type of the tumor, is a useful tool for the diagnosis and early management of these tumors.
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