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V101 Revisional Bariatric Surgery for a Weight Loss Failure after a Pose Procedure

V101 REVISIONAL BARIATRIC SURGERY FOR A WEIGHT LOSS FAILURE AFTER A POSE PROCEDURE Amador García Ruiz de Gordejuela Jordi Pujol Gebelli, MD, PhD1, Manoel P Galvao Neto, MD, PhD2, Carles Masdevall Noguera, MD, PhD3, Anna Casajoana Badía, MD, PhD1, Almino C Ramos, MD2; 1Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge, 2Gastro Obeso Centre, 3Clinica Diagonal. Barcelona POSE overview–16 […]

V100 Laparoscopic Toupet Fundoplication for Gerd after Poem

V100 LAPAROSCOPIC TOUPET FUNDOPLICATION FOR GERD AFTER POEM. Yulia Zak, MD Ozanan R Meireles, MD, David W Rattner, MD; Massachusetts General Hospital pt hx–3 sec procedural video–21 sec upper endoscopy–45 sec Keyword(s): achalasia, dysphagia, GEJ, GERD, laparoendoscopic myotomy, LES, POEM, PPIs, Toupet fundoplication, upper endoscopy

V099 Potential Site of Autonomic Nerve Injury during Laparoscopic Total Mesorectal Excision. a Video Demonstration Focusing on Location of Nerve Related to Surgical Exposure.

V099 POTENTIAL SITE OF AUTONOMIC NERVE INJURY DURING LAPAROSCOPIC TOTAL MESORECTAL EXCISION. A VIDEO DEMONSTRATION FOCUSING ON LOCATION OF NERVE RELATED TO SURGICAL EXPOSURE. Siripong Cheewatanakornkul, MD Anatomy–13 sec http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=18521663 port placement–37 sec procedural video–45 sec conclusion–6:13 Keyword(s): autonomic nerve injury, autonomic nerve preservation, Denonvilliers fascia, hypogastric nerve, IMA, inferior hypogastric plexus, LAR, LTME, sacral […]

V098 Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass in Patient with Intestinal Nonrotation

V098 LAPAROSCOPIC GASTRIC BYPASS IN PATIENT WITH INTESTINAL NONROTATION Marc A Ward, MD Vivek N Prachand, MD; University of Chicago Medicine epidemiology–9 sec pathogenesis–28 sec normal development–55 sec nonrotation–1:11 case presentation–1:38 port placement–1:48 procedural video–1:56 summary–4:34 Keyword(s): appendectomy, BP limb, GJ, intestinal nonrotation, Ladds bands, LGB, Ligament of Treitz, Roux limb, RYGB

V097 Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy in a Patient with Heterotaxy Syndrome

V097 LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY IN A PATIENT WITH HETEROTAXY SYNDROME Selma M Siddiqui, MD Rami E Lutfi, MD; St. Joseph Hospital CT–9 sec trocar placement–27 sec procedural video–42 sec UGI–5:17 Keyword(s): dextrocardia, endoscopy, gastric pouch, heterotaxy syndrome, LSG, situs inversus, UGI

V096 Systematic Approach to Internal Hernia Identification and Reduction in a Patient with a Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch

V096 SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO INTERNAL HERNIA IDENTIFICATION AND REDUCTION IN A PATIENT WITH A BILIOPANCREATIC DIVERSION WITH DUODENAL SWITCH Maria S Altieri, MD, MS Aurora Pryor, MD, Pamela Kim, MD, Dana A Telem, MD; Stony Brook University Hospital presentation–11 sec abdominal x-ray–31 sec CT–43 sec operative intervention–1:14 BPDDS overview–1:32 procedural video–2:08 hospital course–4:07 Keyword(s): alimentary […]

V095 a Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y after a Hepaticojejunostomy

V095 A LAPAROSCOPIC ROUX-EN-Y AFTER A HEPATICOJEJUNOSTOMY. Jason LaTowsky, MD Roger de la Torre, MD, Mark Perna, MD, Emily Cole, Medical, Student; University of Missouri Columbia Keyword(s): CBDI, CCX, gastric pouch, gastrotomy, LRYGB, RNY hepaticojejunostomy

V094 Intestinal Malrotation Incidentally Found during Gastric Bypass

V094 INTESTINAL MALROTATION INCIDENTALLY FOUND DURING GASTRIC BYPASS Veronica Gorodner, MD Alejandro Grigaites, MD, Gaston Clemente, MD, Rudolf Buxhoeveden, MD; Programa de Unidades Bariatricas H&P–7 sec procedural video–20 sec Keyword(s): gastric pouch, intestinal malrotation, obesity, RYGB

V093 an Unusual Case of Early Dysphagia Post Gastric Bypass (diagnosis and Treatment)

V093 AN UNUSUAL CASE OF EARLY DYSPHAGIA POST GASTRIC BYPASS (DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT) Edward L Felix, MD David Maccabee, MD, Carrie Smith, RN, MSN; Marian Regional Medical Center case hx–9 sec procedural video–47 sec Keyword(s): alimentary limb, dysphagia, LGB, Petersens hernia, Roux limb, upper endoscopy

V092 Robot Assisted Duodenal Switch in a Morbidly Obese Patient with Intestinal Malrotation

V092 ROBOT ASSISTED DUODENAL SWITCH IN A MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENT WITH INTESTINAL MALROTATION Vivek Bindal, MS, FNB, Ranjan Sudan, MD, FACS; Duke University Medical Center Keyword(s): alimentary limb, biliary limb, endoscopy, intestinal malrotation, morbidly obese, robot assisted DS