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ERCP Biliary stone retrieval

bile duct stone

Biliary stent stabilized with a little flange

A commonly used Plastic biliary stent after biliary stone retrieval

LCBDE

Transcystic common bile duct exploration under fluoroscopic guidance

Orthopedic robotic surgery? Maybe in more time

We study if the orthopedic robotic surgery can be done with our robotic surgery system

Adult Ileo-Ileal Intussusception

Inflammatory Fibroid Polyp is a rare cause of adult intussusception. A young male presented with intermittent colicky abdominal pain. CT scan showed ileo-ileal intussusception. At surgery, the intussusception was reduced, resection/anastomosis was done for intraluminal polyp.

Indiect sac mobilization TEP repair

Right groin dissection during TEP repair. The large indirect is completely mobilized

Duodenal Ulcer

Endoscopic view of a duodenal ulcer.

Robot Assisted LCBDE Distal View

Robot assisted laparoscopic common bile duct exploration. Distal view after stone removal.

Robot-Assisted LCBDE

Robot assisted laparoscopic common bile duct exploration using choledochoscope.

Robot-Assisted Biliodigestive Anastomosis

Robot assisted biliodigestive anastomosis. Excellent vision and maneuverability.

Endoluminal Huge Rectal Polyp Resection by Colonoscopic snare assisted TEO

The development of laparoscopic surgery has provided minimally invasive surgeons with advanced laparoscopic instrumentation and high definition imaging. The resulting surgical expertise and technology has now been extended to endolumenal surgery.

critical view of safety

critical view of safety

Diaphragm in spasm then after relaxation

This composite show diaphragm in spasm with high intra-abd pressure . Following relaxation the pressure came down to the set point and diaphragm relaxed

Diaphragm in spasm then after relaxation

This composite show diaphragm in spasm with high intra-abd pressure . Following relaxation the pressure came down to the set point and diaphragm relaxed

diaphragm in spasm

This slide depicts the diaphragm is in spasm. Once relaxation occurs the situation is improved