Anastomotic strictures are complications of colorectal surgery with an incidence of 3-30% depending on the circumstance of the surgery. The underlying pathophysiology of anastomotic stricture
This video shows a conversion to laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass with handsewn gastrojejunostomy and on table endoscopy in a patient with failed weight loss after endoscopic sleeve gastroplas
This video is a case study of an endoscopic gastrojejunal revision (EGJR) done for persistent postoperative hypoglycemia. The patient is a 61 year old female, who had undergone Roux-en-Y Gastric By
There has been a lot of recent discussion regarding the optimal material for reinforcement of ventral hernia defects. Tissue repairs were commonplace prior to the advent of synthetic meshes.
In recent years several new endoscopic closure techniques and devices have been developed to manage complications of both surgical and endoscopic procedures in a less invasive yet effective way.
In this case we demonstrate the hybrid approach with endoscopic submucosal dissection and TAMIS of a 60 mm rectosigmoid polyp. Using ESD followed by TAMIS, the lesion was resected in an en bloc fas
In this video, we review a case showing the thoracoscopic visualization of a long esophageal myotomy done through a per-oral endoscopic approach (POEM).
Lysis of adhesions though almost is routinely done in surgery, is neither routine nor benign procedures. It is fraught with injury to structures, intestines, infec
Jejunoileal diverticula are present in 1% of the population. The majority of diverticula (80%) occur in the jejunum along the mesenteric border of the small bowel. They generally lack a true muscul
Chronic post-operative inguinal pain (CPIP) can be debilitating for patients and remains a challenge for surgeons to manage. This video demonstrates a laparoscopic retroperitoneal triple neurectomy