Hybrid EndoLaparoscopy and Intraoperative Colonoscopy in diagnosis of Cecum angioectasia presenting with lower GI bleeding not diagnosed by routine colonoscopy.
Severe very vascular 4th degree haemorrhoids.open Haemorrhoidectomy was performed,edges of the wounds were sutured with running stitches to assist haemostasis.patient was discharged the next day with minimal pain on oral opioids
34 year old male, known to have chromosomal anomaly with chronic constipation presented with inability to have BM for 1 week and abdominal distention.
The image shows prolapsed rectum.
The image shows resected specimen of ischemic gut. The patient presented in septicemic state with features suggestive of gut ischemia, for which resection of involved gut was carried out, followed by end-to-end anastomosis.
Authors: Richdeep S Gill, MD , Xinzhe Shi, MPH, David P Al-adra, MD, Daniel W Birch, MD MSc FRCPS, Shahzeer Karmali, MD FRCPS
Authors: Giancarlo Basili, MD , Nicola Romano, MD, Dario Pietrasanta, MD, Graziano Biondi, MD, Irene Mosca, MD, Valerio Prosperi, MD, Orlando Goletti, MD
Female 41 year old present with anemia and right abdominal mass.Investigation found bulky right colonic cancer with 3 cm liver metastasis at S6 and left ovarian cystic tumor 6 cm.Laparoscopic assisted right colectomy and open left SO and hand assisted par
From Feb 2010 to Dec 2011, 125 patients with cancer of GI underwent laparoscopic surgery , laparoscopic colorectal surgery for 105 cases, laparoscopic liver resection for 12 cases, laparoscopic gastrectomy for 10 cases. We had no surgical mortality. Morbi