Siripong Cheewatanakornkul, MD, Nan-ak Wiboonkwan, MD. Prince Of Songkla University
ICG has been verified for its long clinical use since the late 50s.It has very few side effects (allergic reaction 1/300,000). The clinician uses it for the study of the anatomy of retinal vessels, measuring liver functional reserve before major hepatic resection and assessment perfusion of flap in reconstructive surgery. Recently there have been researches investigating its surgical applications such as; the usefulness of fluorescence in revealing biliary anatomy during cholecystectomy, senitinel lymph node mapping and its use as intraoperative angiography for perfusion evaluation.
This video demonstrated application of ICG enhance imaging in case of synchronous caudate lobe colorectal metastasis. This technology contributes advantages in synchronous resection such as reduce anastomosis leakage from inadequate tissue perfusion and determination resection line for caudate resection also as identified bile leakages from resection surface.
Presented at the SAGES 2017 Annual Meeting in Houston, TX.
Abstract ID: 88534
Program Number: V064
Presentation Session: Thursday Exhibit Hall Theater (Non CME)
Presentation Type: EHVideo