Complex Laparoscopic Repair of Giant Type IV Hiatal Hernia after Esophagectomy

 

Complex Laparoscopic Repair of Giant Type IV Hiatal Hernia after Esophagectomy

Presented by Fredrick Che at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent session ss3 Video 2

Fredrick Che, MD, Nojan Toomari, DO, Ninh Nguyen, MD; University of California Irvine Medical Center


Points of interest:
case background–12 sec
CT scan–52 sec
procedure begins–1:11
anatomic structures noted–2:18


Keyword(s): ABD, abdomen, abdominal pain, admitted, aorta, ascites fluid, BIO-A mesh, bowel obstruction, case background, chest, colon, complex laparoscopic repair, crurae, crus, CT scan, defect, diaphragm, diet advanced, episodes, esophageal adenocarcinoma, esophagectomy, failure, friable, full liquid diet, gastric conduit, giant type IV hiatal hernia, greater omentum, herniated, hiatus, hx of, interrupted suture, IVC, Ivor Lewis esophagectomy, laparoscopic, loop of small bowel, lysis of adhesions, male, mesh, non-operative management, omentum, reduced, relaxing incisions, symptoms, thoracoscopic, thorax, transverse colon, vertebral column

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