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Modern interventional enteroscopy yields a high rate of successful interventions for strictured biliodigestive anastomosis, requires ostium incision for mucosal and intramural types of strictures, and helps to reduce percutaneous approaches.
Preoperative “ischemic preconditioning” through ligation of both the short and left gastric vessels may achieve preservation of blood flow to the gastric tip. Preconditioning during laparoscopic staging of esophageal carcinoma may be considered to reduce anastomotic complications following...
The findings demonstrate that gastric bypass patients with biliary pain can be successfully evaluated endoscopically by laparoscopic transgastric ERCP for sphincter of Oddi dysfunction. The rate for technical success and complications does not appear to be significantly greater than for standard...
Laparoscopic colorectal resection was effective and safe for octogenarians, with less blood loss and faster postoperative recovery. The morbidity rate is lower than for traditional laparotomy.
By applying strict protocol and selection criteria, LA can be safely and successfully performed as an outpatient procedure within an experienced laparoscopic unit.
Gastric bypass is associated with early reversal of endothelial dysfunction, a more favorable inflammatory milieu, and, most importantly, a reduction in cardiovascular risk.
The described technique, a combination of laparoscopic and natural orifice surgery, has the potential to avoid incision-related morbidity of the minilaparotomy in laparoscopic left colon resections.
This novel slip-knot with a double-strand loop could provide easy and secure intracorporeal ligation. This type of slip-knot has great potential for wide use in open surgery using laparoscopy. Further evaluation is required to determine its clinical applicability.
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