Video Institution: Montefiore Medical Center--Bronx NY

Revision Roux Limb

Presented by Ravi Kapadia at the SS21-A: Friday Exhibit Hall Video Presentations Session – A at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016 Keyword(s): abdominal pain, CT, diagnostic laparoscopy, DL, Endo GIA, Endocatch, enterotomy, gastric pouch, gastrojejunostomy, GJ, internal hernia, LOA, lysis of adhesions, mesenteric defect, N&V, Petersens defect, Roux limb, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, RYGB, […]

The critical view of safety: Enhanced imaging with use of near infrared fluorescent cholangiography

Presented by C J Polistena at the SS24: All Video All The Time: Mixed GI/HPB Session at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016 Keyword(s): anatomical landmarks, BDI, bile, bile duct injury, biliary anatomy, biliary tree, complications, cost effective, critical view of safety, culture of safety, CVS, cystic duct, elective surgery, gallbladder, gallstones, ICG, imaging, […]

Intestinal Obstruction in a Virgin Abdomen from an Anomalous Congenital Band

Presented by Caitlin Polistena at the SS02-B: Wednesday Exhibit Hall Video Presentations Session – B during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Anastomotic leak following Gastric Bypass

Presented by Jenny Choi at the Panel: Complications in Bariatric Surgery, Early Diagnoses is Paramount to Salvaging a Morbid Condition during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

New/other therapies for GERD. Is it Primetime??

Presented by W Scott Melvin at the Panel: Program of the Americas – If I can do it, should I do it? during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Mini Laparoscopy and SILS (Brothers Where art thou?)

Presented by Diego R Camacho at the Panel: Program of the Americas – If I can do it, should I do it? during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

SAGES 2014 Presidential Address

Presented by Gerald Fried, MD, FACS at the SAGES 2014 Annual Meeting. The lecture will address the role of specialty societies and the value to those at various stages of their careers Dr. Gerald Fried is the Edward W. Archibald Professor and Chairman of the Department of Surgery at McGill University, and Surgeon-in-Chief and Director of the […]

Be it Resolved That It Is Time To Declare The Death Of Natural Oriface Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery

Presented by W. Scott Melvin, MD and David Rattner, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; The Great Presidential Debates of 2014 NOTES: Been there, done that presentation begins by Dr. W. Scott Melvin–2:41 group intelligence–3:56 access routes–5:36 clinical data–6:23 citation–7:12 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?te Keyword(s): ablation, ABS, access routes, ACO models, advantages, adverse event reporting, AIDS, Annal of Surgery, […]

Laparoscopic Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair In An Adult

Tushar Samdani, MD, Jenny Choi, MD, Ixel Cervera, MD, Pratibha Vemulapalli, MD Keyword(s): bowel obstruction, congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair, CT, gastric outlet obstruction, NGT, physiomesh

Robotic Surgery: Hope or Hype? Presidential Debate: Answers Limited to 1-2 Minutes Each

REFEREE: Manabu Yamamoto, MD; Panel: Mark Talamini, MD; Richard Satava, MD; Nathaniel Soper, MD; W. Scott Melvin, MD Keyword(s): da Vinci, device industry, esophagectomy, general surgery, laparoscopy, marketing, presidential debate, prostatectomy, PRT, residency programs, robotic surgery, simulation, technology, urologists