Image Tag: Fundus

Dissection of the left crus

Dissection of the left crus. The left crus is dissected as completely as possible, and the attachments of the fundus of the stomach to the diaphragm are taken down.

Performing the Cholecystectomy

Retract the fundus of the gallbladder toward the right axilla and the infundibulum laterally to expose Calot’s triangle. Retracting the infundibulum anteriorly or even upward tends to collapse Calot’s triangle and increase the risk of ductal injury.

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