A mature ovarian dermoid cyst containing dental, hair, cartilage, bone structures. Operated completely by laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy.
Extraction of the specimen with the use of a plastic bag
The pylorus is viewed from the gastric antrum. The endoscope is gently advanced while keeping the pylorus directly in the center of the visual field. Sometimes the pylorus will be observed to open and close. Position the endoscope ready to pass through th
Hernia Team at the Santiago, DR airport – arriving January 2011
Trocar site placement for laparoscopic fundoplication.
5 mm trocar (non bladed) site hernia with incarcerated omentum 12 months following gastric bypass
The “tucked under” position is usually obtained by advancing the endoscope slightly and deflecting the tip upward.
Schematic of peritoneal attachments of liver, which may need to be divided for full assessment of the hepatic surface. Generally this is not required, but the laparoscopist should be aware of the regional anatomy.
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