Laparoscopic ileocecal resection in uncomplicated Crohns disease


Laparoscopic Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Technical Issues

Points of interest:
Crohn’s disease described–27 sec
Crohn’s disease specimen slide–1:16
surgical dictum–1:35
operative indications–2:12
preparation of the patient–2:53
strategic planning–6:21
resection margins–7:36
citation–8:18 (provide link:
laparoscopic challenges–8:38
operative technique–10:00
trocar placement–11:33
resection types–14:09
recurrence after resection–16:33
long term follow up–17:11
reasons for conversion–17:27

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