Hybrid Laparoscopic-Robotic Management of Type IVa Choledochal Cyst

 

Hybrid Laparoscopic-Robotic Management of Type IVa Choledochal Cyst in the setting of prior Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass

Presented by Julietta Chang at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS2 Video 1

Julietta Chang, MD, R. Matthew Walsh, MD, Kevin El-Hayek; Cleveland Clinic Foundation


Points of interest:
Explanation of choledochal cysts–11 sec
Todani classification–38 sec
patient presentation–48 sec
MRCP–1:32
reconstructive options–1:48
laparoscopic port placement–3:19


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