Laparoscopic splenectomy is becoming the standard procedure for benign splenic disorders including hematologic diseases and hypersplenism. However, the feasibility and
Resection of hepatic malignancies in cirrhotic patients present a unique challenge to surgeons. Due to the need to preserve liver parenchyma in these cases, non-anatomic resection with close surgic
Retroperitoneal isolated psoas and iliacus hydatid cyst are rare entities and accounts for 1-3 %.
CT scan remains the investigation of choice.
Surgery is the standard mana
Some patients with pelvic inflammatory disease develop "violin string" adhesions between the anterior border of the liver and the abdominal wall. This syndrome is known as Fitz-Hugh-Curti
Bronchogenic cyts are rare congenital anomalies of ventral foregut. subdiaphragmatic bronchogenic cysts are extremely rare and accounts for 0.03 % of all retroperitoneal tumours. They behave like w
Peutz-Jeghers syndrome is a rare disorder which might present as an intussusception in the emergency warranting a bowel resection if delayed treatment.
Enteroscopic polypectomy using conv
The application of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) using laparoscopic or robotic approaches for the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) has increased in
After the 1st laparoscopic adrenalectomy described in 1992 (Gagner), the laparoscopic lateral transabdominal approach has proved to be the one of choice. It prov
Retroperitoneal primary tumors comprise a great variety of neoplasm with different histological typologies, with insidious clinical symptoms and little specifici
General surgery among other surgical subspecialties is deemed a high legal risk specialty with one of the highest malpractice premiums in medicine. Hernia surgery is amo