SAGES 2009

April 22 – 25, 2009
Phoenix, Arizona

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SAGES 2009 Abstracts and Posters

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Combined Transabdominal and Preperitoneal Obturator Hernioplasty

The patient is a 91 y/o female who presented to the hospital with new onset abdominal pain and distention. CT of the abdomen/pelvis revealed an incarcerated left obturator hernia with evidence of bowel obstruction.This video submission demonstrates combination of the transabdominal and extraperitoneal techniques for reduction and repair of an incarcerated left obturator hernia. Session:… Continue Reading »

A Case of Incarcerated Hernia at the 5mm Port Site After Removal of Tube Drain

Takayuki Iino, MD, Hideto Oishi, MD PhD, Takao Yamane, MD, Eiichi Hirai, MD PhD, Shingo Kameoka, MD PhD, Masaki Fukunaga. YACHIYO MEDICAL CENTER, TOKYO WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY   INTRODUCTION-Laparoscopy became a popular tool in gastrointestinal surgery. Laparoscopic operations offer an advantages of post-operative recovery and applications of this technique is still expanding. Parallel to the development… Continue Reading »

Short-term Assessment of Converted Cases in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery for Malignancies

Kazuki Ueda, MD, Fumiaki Sugiura, MD, Koji Daito, MD, Masako Takemoto, MD, Eizaburo Ishimaru, MD, Tadao Tokoro, MD, Jin-ichi Hida, MD, Haruhiko Imamoto, MD, Hitoshi Shiozaki, MD, Kiyotaka Okuno, MD. Kinki University School of Medicine   Background: Laparoscopic colorectal surgery for malignancies (LAC) has been widely accepted. However, depending on increased cases or expanding indications,… Continue Reading »

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