Topic: HPB

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in situs inversus totalis: Feasibility and Review of Literature

Ibrahim Abdelkader Salama, MD, Mohamed huassan Abdallah, md, Mohamed Huassini, MD. Department of Hepatobilary Surgery (1), Department of Anesthesia (2), Department of Radiology (3) National Liver Institute, Menophyia University. Shiben Elkom, Egypt. Introduction: Situs inversus totalis is a rare anomaly characterized by transposition of organs to the opposite site of the body. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in […]

SILS hepatectomy for hepatic hydatid disease: A case report

Tuna Bilecik, Burhan Mayir, Cemal Ozben Ensari, Mehmet Akif Turkoglu, Mehmet Tahir Oruc, Ramazan Eryilmaz. Antalya Education and Research Hospital. Single-incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) is being used with increasing frequency in the treatment of many conditions requiring surgery. Experience with SILS in hepatic surgery is limited. The literature includes a few case reports of SILS […]

The influence of pH in proximal small bowel perfusion on 64Cu absorption in anaesthetised rats

Paul Tasker, FRCS, Harbans Sharma, MSc, PhD, DSc, Joan Braganza, DSc, FRCP, Maynard Case, BSc, PhD. Manchester Royal Infirmary. INTRODUCTION: In the closed duodenal-jejunal loop, single shot doses of standard pH solutions had a very transitory effect on duodenal luminal pH. METHOD: To produce a more persistent change in luminal pH at different levels, the […]

Laparoscopic Transgastric Drainage of Complex Peripancreatic Fluid Collections

W. Cory Johnston, MD, Pippa Newell, MD, Paul Hansen, MD, Chet Hammill, MD, Ronald Wolf, MD. Providence Cancer Center, The Oregon Clinic, Foundation for Surgical Innovation and Education. Laparoscopic transgastric drainage is a definitive treatment for simple pancreatic pseudocysts. We have also found it to be an effective method for managing more complex retrogastric peripancreatic […]

Single-port laparoscopic liver surgeries

Soo ho Lee, Eun Young Kim, Sung Kyun Park, Jae Hyun Han, Gun Hyung Na, Ho Joong Choi, Tae Ho Hong, Young Chul Yoon, Dong Goo Kim, Young Kyoung You. The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital. Introduction  Single-port laparoscopic liver surgery has been performed sporadically. The aim of this study is to […]

Laparoscopic Assisted Trans-enteric Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiogram via Roux Limb for Primary Hepatolithiasis

Paige Quintero, MD, Siddharth Kudav, MD, Hammoud Ghassan, MD, Roger de la Torre, MD. University of Missouri. Primary hepatolithiasis is an uncommon etiology of obstructive jaundice in the United States. The condition is more prevalent in Asia, and in patients with altered anatomy due to previous operations. Various methods for stone extraction after hepaticojejunostomy have […]

Laparoscopic Total Pancreatectomy with Islet Autotransplantation for Chronic Pancreatitis

Martin Makary, MD, MPH, Michol Cooper, MD, PhD, Niraj Desai, MD, Nicole Jiam, Daniel Warren, PhD, Zhaoli Sun, PhD, VIkesh Singh, MD, Anup K Manes, Rita Kalyani, MD, Erica Hall, MSN, CRNP, CDE, Bonny Thul, CRNP, Kenzo Hirose, MD. Johns Hopkins Hospital. Background: Pain management following surgery for chronic pancreatitis can be very challenging. Pre-existing […]

Totally Laparoscopic Puestow Procedure

Rosara Milstein, MS, Jennifer Schwartz, MD, Andrei Manilchuk, MD, David B Renton, MD. The Ohio State University.  Since the Laparoscopic Revolution began in the early 1990s, we have continued to perform more complicated procedures using a laparoscopic approach.  For several years now, advanced pancreatic procedures have been approached laparoscopically with a great deal of success. […]

Three Port Laparoscopic Cholecyctectomy

Burhan Mayir, Tuna Bilecik, Cemal Ozben Ensari, Erdem Can Yardimci, Mehmet Tahir Oruc. Antalya Education and Research Hospital. Introduction Most commonly performed laparoscopic surgery is laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Although cholecystectomy with three ports is not commonly preferred, researches have shown that it is a safe and feasible way of surgery. Material-Method We evaluate 100 patients that […]

Influence of pH, dose volume, human pancreatic juice and bile on 64Cu absorption from the rat closed duojejunal loop.

Paul Tasker, FRCS, Harbans Sharma, MSc, PhD, DSc, Joan Braganza, DSc, FRCP, Maynard Case, BSc, PhD. Manchester Royal Infirmary. INTRODUCTION:  In the rat closed duodenal-jejunal loop, rat pancreatic juice (PJ) inhibited 64Cu absorption.  Pancreatic insufficiency in man was found not to increase 64Cu absorption in man, so the rat closed duodenal-jejunal loop was re-examined testing for pH […]

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