Laparoscopic Paraesophageal Hernia with Falciform Ligament Buttress

 

Laparoscopic Paraesophageal Hernia with Falciform Ligament Buttress

presented by Raymond Laird, DO, at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS3 V020

Raymond Laird, DO, FredvBrody, MD, MBA, FACS; The George Washington University Medical Center


Points of interest:
Introduction–10 sec
procedure begins–47 sec
demographics–3:15
results–3:25
severity patient scores–3:35
pre-op vs post-op results–4:29
conclusion–4:55


Keyword(s): 5 port foregut technique, angulation, anterior stitch, avoids costs, biologic buttresses, biologic mesh, bloating, cephalad, chest burning, chest pain, circumferentially dissected, crural repair, dissection, dysphagia, early satiety, epigastric burning, epigastric pain, erosions, esophageal attachments, esophageal defect, falciform ligament buttress, females, flap rotation, flap viability, fundoplication, GEJ, H2 blockers, hiatal hernia sac, inspected, interrupted 2-0 Silk, intra-abdominal esophagus, laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia, laparotomy conversions, left lateral segment, lesser sac, liver edge, long-term follow up, mechanism, mediastinum, mobilized, nausea, omentum, p value, post-op, postprandial fullness, PPIs, pre-op, questionnaire, radiographic recurrences, readily available, reapproximated, reduces mesh complicatons, right crus, secured, short-term results, splayed, statistical significance, stomach, symptom frequency, symptom severity scores, synthetic mesh, ultrasonic scalpel, umbilicus, variable recurrence rates, viable option, vomiting

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