Filter Results

SAGES 2011 Abstracts Archive

A Bleeding Control Method for the Standardization of Laparoscopic Hepatectomy: Complete Laparoscopic Lateral Segmentectomt of the Liver Using Laparoscopic Bipolar Soft Coagulation (BICLAMP)

Mitsuo Miyazawa, MD PhD FACS, Masayasu Aikawa, MD PhD, Yasuko Toshimitsu, MD PhD, Kojun Okamoto, MD PhD, Kenichirou Takase, MD, Katsuya Okada, MD, Shigeki Yamaguchi, MD PhD, Isamu Koyama, MD PhD. Saitama Medical University International Medical Center Bleeding control is one of the many issues in which research is required to standardize laparoscopic hepatectomy (Lap… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters

A Case-Matched Comparison of Laparoscopic and Robotic Colorectal Surgery

Marylise Boutros, Dr, Anthony III M Vernava, Dr. Physicians Regional Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic Florida Objectives of the Study: Robotic colorectal surgery is an emerging technology that may confer technical, clinical and ergonomic benefits. Furthermore, it has been suggested that right hemicolectomy serves as an ideal procedure to begin the learning curve in robotic colorectal… Continue Reading

A Case of 100-Year-Old Woman Successfully Treated for Upside Down Stomach with Laparoscopic Surgery

Mikito Mori, MD PhD, Yasunori Akutsu, MD PhD, Hideki Hayashi, MD PhD, Hiroshi Kawahira, MD PhD, Naoyuki Hanari, MD PhD, Hisahiro Matsubara, MD PhD. Department of Frontier Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba Hiatal hernias (HH) are generally classified into four distinct types. While type I HH, also known as a sliding hernia, is the… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters
Topic:
Hernia

A Case of Laparoscopic Duodenal Diverticulectomy

Manish Singh, title, Sricharan Chalikonda, title, Roberto Ramirez, title, Matthew D Kroh, Bipan Chand. Bariatric and Metabolic Institute, Cleveland Clinic , Cleveland This a case of 36 year old male with longstanding history of epigastric discomfort and pain was diagnosed with 3rd portion duodenal diveticulum . Workup included endoscopy which showed wide mouthed diverticulum distal… Continue Reading

A Catheter-Based Suture-Free Approach to Bilioenteric Anastomosis: A Pilot Study

John B Seal, MD, Thuong VanHa, MD, John C Alverdy, MD, Giuliano Testa, MD. University of Chicago Departments of Surgery and Radiology Background: Bilioenteric anastomoses are commonly performed as a part of liver transplantation, reconstruction of the common bile duct following resection of benign and malignant tumors, congenital biliary malformations and traumatic injury. Anastomotic ischemia… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters
Topic:
HPB

A Clinical Study On Postoperative Endoscopic Appearance of Anastomosis After Esophagectomy

Yujiro Tanaka, MD, Katsunori Nishikawa, MD, Fumiaki Yano, MD, Jun Asakura, MD, Shuji Sato, MD, Tomoyoshi Okamoto, MD, Hideyuki Kashiwagi, MD, Katsuhiko Yanaga, MD. Dept. of Surgery, Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan (Background and Aim) Esophagectomy and esophagogastrectomy are major operations with high mortality and morbidity, for which anastmotic leakage of esophageal substitute… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters
Topic:
Foregut

A Comparative Study for the Surgical Outcomes of Laparoscopic Adrenalectomies (Transperitoneal Approach vs. Posterior Retroperitoneal Approach) for Small Adrenal Tumors

Sang-Wook Kang, MD, Jong Ju Jeong, MD, Woong Youn Chung, MD. Department of Surgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine Backgrounds: With the development of endoscopic instruments and minimally invasive techniques, the laparoscopic adrenalectomy has been the gold standards for the surgical treatment of small adrenal tumors. Several approaching routes for laparoscopic adrenalectomy such as transperitoneal… Continue Reading

A Comparative Study of Robotic Versus Conventional Open Modified Radical Neck Dissection for the Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma with Lateral Neck Node Metastasis

Sang-Wook Kang, MD, So Hee Lee, MD, Haeng Rang Ryu, MD, Woong Youn Chung, MD. Department of Surgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine Purpose: Since the introduction of endoscopic technique to thyroid surgery, several endoscopic lateral neck dissection trials have been conducted with the aim of avoiding a long cervical scar, and the recent introduction… Continue Reading

A Comparison of Laparoscopic Transhiatal Esophagectomy Without Thoracoscopic Port Versus Open Transhiatal Esophagectomy

Subhasis Misra, MD, Alexander Fort, BA, Nestor De La Curz, MD, Alan Livingstone, MD. University of Miami Background: Open Ivor-Lewis esophagectomy and open Transhiatal esophagectomy (THE) is known to be associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Few studies have been published comparing an open transhiatal approach and a laparoscopic transhiatal approach without a thoracoscopic port.… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters
Topic:
Foregut

A Comparison of Single Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy with the Gold Standard: Is This the Next Procedure of Choice?

Haris R Shaikh, MBBS FRCS, Mufaddal Mahesri, MBBS, Asad Abbas, MBBS, Hisham R Salahuddin, MBBS. Ziauddin University Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan Introduction: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) has gained immense popularity for performing cholecystectomy. This virtually scar-less procedure has promising results as far as hospital stay, post-operative pain and return to work are concerned. In fact,… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters
Topic:
HPB

A Complication of Biologic Mesh Following Nissen Fundoplication

Edward L Felix, MD, Daniel E Swartz, MD. Advanced Bariatric Centers of California The role of synthetic or biologic mesh to reinforce or close the hiatus during Nissen fundoplication has become controversial. A randomized study has shown it to be beneficial for para-esophageal hernia repair, but at what risk. Some have suggested that the potential… Continue Reading

A-Defensins and Hscrp for Comparing the Inflammatory Reaction in 4-Port Laparoscopic vs Less Cholecystectomy

Konstantinos Tsimogiannis, MSc, Konstantinos Tellis, Maria Mpakola, Alexandros Tselepis, PhD, Evangelos Tsimoyiannis, PhD FACS, Michalis Pitiakoudis. 'G.HATZIKOSTA" GENERAL HOSPITAL OF IOANNINA,GREECE, UNIVERSITY OF IOANNINA, GREECE Introduction: Laparo-Endoscopic Single-Site (LESS) Surgery is an evolution of laparoscopic surgery aiming at decreasing patients' parietal trauma associated with abdominal operations. LESS has been found so far to be efficient… Continue Reading

Type:
Podium Presentations
Topic:
HPB

A Flexible Endoscopic Surgical-Platform Enables Pure Transrectal Colon Cancer Surgery

Erwin Rieder, MD, Mark H Whiteford, MD, Lee L Swanstrom, MD. MIS Program, Legacy Health, Portland, OR Natural orifice transrectal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) approach makes immense sense for incisionless colorectal surgery, as access colotomy can be incorporated into subsequent anastomosis and thereby provides a clear-cut patient benefit compared to standard laparoscopy. However, adequate oncologic transrectal… Continue Reading

A Laparoscopic Approach to Components’ Separation and Incisional/Ventral Hernia Repair

Raymond J Ippolito, MD, Beth A Collins, MD. Hospital of Saint Rapheal New Haven, Connecticut Advances in surgical techniques and improvements in synthetic and biological meshs have allowed for the repair of large and complicated hernias that would not have been attempted in the past. Components' separation has provided for excellant mobilization of the abdominal wall… Continue Reading

A Locomotion System for Capsule Mobility

Jonathan A Schoen, MD, Levin J Sliker, Mark E Rentschler, PhD. University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Denver INTRODUCTION As surgical methods evolve, new technologies are continuously emerging in an effort to make these methods less invasive, as well as explore new surgical techniques. One such emerging technology is capsule surgery, where… Continue Reading

Type:
Posters
Topic:
Robotics