SAGES 2013

SAGES 2013 Baltimore

Download the SAGES 2013 Program

SAGES 2013 Abstracts and Posters

View all SAGES 2013 Abstracts and Posters

Vascular Injury During Laparoscopic Left Adrenalectomy

Ankur Gupta, MD, Edward H Phillips, MD Cedars Sinai Medical Center Objective: Video case presentation of a vascular injury during laparoscopic left adrenalectomy. Background: 25 y.o. female with persistent hypertension and mildly elevated urine normetanephrine levels at 559 was found to have a 1cm left infero-medial adrenal lesion. The patient was noted to have an… Continue Reading »

Transumbilical Multi-Mini Port Clipless Cholecystectomy Without Using Triport

Muhammad M Nadeem, MBBS NISHTAR MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL Transumbilical multi-mini port clipless laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a novel laparoscopic surgical technique for cholecystectomy utilizing only a transumbilical incision, which eliminates any visible abdominal scars and improves cosmesis. This pilot study was conducted to assess the safety, feasibility, and short-term outcomes of transumbilical multi-mini port clipless… Continue Reading »

Long-term Follow-up Shows No Difference in Port-site Hernia Incidence: Single Incision vs. Traditional Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

William H Pasley, MD, Christopher K Senkowski, MD, FACS Memorial University Medical Center and Mercer University School of Medicine, Savannah, GA INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this studyis to demonstrate that single incision laparoscopy cholecystectomy (SILC) does not have an increased incidence of long-term port-site hernia rate when compared to traditional laparoscopic cholecystectomy (TLC).While much has… Continue Reading »

View all SAGES 2013 Abstracts and Posters