Ahmed Zihni, MD, MPH, Walaa F Abdelmoaty, MD, MBA, Filippo Filicori, MD, Andreas Schneider, MD, Ronald Wolf, MD, Kevin Reavis, MD. The Oregon Clinic
Masses in the distal duodenum pose a challenging clinical problem. Endoscopy is an attractive option for benign or indeterminate lesions, as it spares patients a large, potentially morbid resection. Distal lesions, however, are ergonomically and technically challenging to visualize and resect endoscopically and when a full thickness resection is performed this can lead to inaquequate closure. The laparoscopic approach allows for excellent visualization of the intraperitoneal duodenum for resection or reconstruction, but localization of intralumenal lesions can be challenging using a laparoscopic-only approach. In this video we describe a hybrid endoscopic/laparoscopic approach for the management of a large indeterminate polyp in the third portion of the duodenum.
Presented at the SAGES 2017 Annual Meeting in Houston, TX.
Abstract ID: 88041
Program Number: V246
Presentation Session: Thursday Video Loop (Non CME)
Presentation Type: VideoLoop