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End-to-End hand sewn anastomosis versus side-to-side stapled anastomosis in laparoscopic right colectomy. A prospective randomized controlled trial.
M Bun, MD, A Canelas, MD, F Carballo, MD, E Grzona, MD, M Laporte, MD, C Peczan, MD, N Rotholtz, MD Colorectal Surgery Division - Hospital Aleman de Buenos Aires. Argentina. BACKGROUND: The superiority of the different techniques for ileocolic anastomosis is controversial.Although many trials trying to compare both techniques in right colectomies, there is… Continue Reading
Reduced Gluconeogenic Amino Acids Following Bariatric Surgery Are Associated with Resolution of the Diabetic State
Dustin M Bermudez, MD, John R Pender, MD, William H Chapman, MD, G. L Dohm, PhD, Walter J Pories, MD Department of Surgery, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University Introduction:We hypothesize that the root of the rapid resolution of diabetes following bariatric surgery is altered metabolism of the gluconeogenic amino acids. There are 13… Continue Reading
Laparoscopic Bladder Injury Repair during Total Extraperitoneal Hernia Surgery: Description of the Technique and Review of Literature
Jakub Wilhelm, MD, Garrett Keim, MSIII, Alexey Markelov, MD, Artun Aksade, MD, FACS Easton Hospital, Drexel University College of Medicine Bladder injury from laparoscopic hernia repair is a well described, but rare complication with an incidence of less than 0.5%. Only three cases of laparoscopic repair of extraperitoneal bladder injuries are reported in English language… Continue Reading