Image Category: Esophageal / Gastric Surgery

GIST

A case of gastric gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST), underwent laparoscopic wide local excision with free margin.

GIST

A case of gastric GIST, underwent laparoscopic wide local excision with free margin.

Huge large Sliding Hiatal Hernia

Example of hudge sliding hiatal(esophageal) hernia. On the right side, this is forward and reflexed endoscopic view (Retrovision maneuver)in a patient demonstrating huge sliding hiatal hernia. On the left side, the laparoscopic view of the same patient.

Standardization of Video-assisted Esophagectomy: Hand-assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery As a Safety Procedure

Authors: Toshiaki Shichinohe, MD PhD, Shunichi Okushiba, MD PhD, You Kawarada, MD PhD, Shuji Kitashiro, MD PhD, Hiroto Manase, MD PhD, Kentaro Kato, MD PhD, Takahiro Tsuchikawa, MD PhD, Joe Matsumoto, MD PhD, Ryosuke Kawasaki, MD PhD, Eiichi Tanaka, MD P

Lower Levels of Occasional Blood Glucose in Patients with Billroth I Reconstruction after Not Vagus Nerve-spared Laparoscoy-assisted Distal Gastrectom

Authors: Hiroshi Kawahira, MD, Hideki Hayashi, MD, Toshiyuki Natsume, MD, Yoshihiro Nabeya, MD, Takashi Akai, MD, Hisahiro Matsubara, MD

Gastroesophageal Junction GIST tumor

Example of Gastroesophageal GIST tumor on Laparoscopy.This is the laparoscopic view in a patient demonstrating big Gastroesophageal GIST presenting with nausea and vomiting, treated by laparoscopic resection.

Gastroesophageal Junction GIST tumor

Example of Gastroesophageal GIST tumor on Laparoscopy.This is the laparoscopic view in a patient demonstrating big Gastroesophageal GIST presenting with nausea and vomiting, treated by laparoscopic resection.

Gastroesophageal Junction GIST tumor

Example of Gastroesophageal GIST tumor on Laparoscopy.This is the laparoscopic view in a patient demonstrating big Gastroesophageal GIST presenting with nausea and vomiting, treated by laparoscopic resection.

Gastroesophageal Junction GIST tumor

Example of Gastroesophageal GIST tumor on Laparoscopy.This is the laparoscopic view in a patient demonstrating big Gastroesophageal GIST presenting with nausea and vomiting, treated by laparoscopic resection.

Gastroesophageal Junction GIST tumor

Gastroesophageal GIST tumor on Endoscopy.This is the forward and reflex view (Retrovision maneuver)in a patient demonstrating big Gastroesophageal GIST presenting with nausea and vomiting, treated by laparoscopic resection(images:102151-102154)

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