A young female undergoing a diagnostic laparoscopy for pain was found to have a large ovarian cyst. Aspiration was attempted, however, no fluid was expressed. The cyst was solid and could not be easily removed using an endocatch bag. The cyst was opene
This photo shows a sleeve gastrectomy specimen with the end of the temperature probe in the staple line. This occurred during the last firing of the stapler at the angle of HIs. The probe was positioned in the oropharynx, but was likely inadvertently a
Choledochoscopic view of peripapillary duodenal diverticulum (type II). Type II of peripapillary duodenal diverticulum makes the elevation of bile duct pressure directly caused by intraduodenal pressure loading. In choledochoscopic view, the diverticulum
Once the lesser sac has been entered, lateral traction on the splenogastric attachments will allow exposure of the short gastric vessels. These can be clipped (as shown) or divided with the LCS. (Reprinted with permission from Salky BA, Edye M. Laparoscop
The jejunostomy is completed by closing the enterotomies (stapled technique, with sewn closure of enterotomies). (Soper NJ, Swanstrom LL, Eubanks WS, eds. Mastery of Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery. 2d ed.
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