Management of Severe Stricture after Sleeve Gastrectomy: Conversion to Bypass

 

Management of Severe Stricture after Sleeve Gastrectomy: Conversion to Bypass

presented by Raquel Gonzalez-Heredia, MD, at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS18 V041

Raquel Gonzalez-Heredia, MD, PhD, Mario Masrur, MD, Enrique Elli, MD, FACS; University of Illinois at Chicago


Points of interest:
Images of upper GI revealing the narrowing of the gastric pouch–25 sec
trocar positioning–41 sec
beginning of procedure–1:01
dilatation of sleeve–1:18
creation of window f


Keyword(s): 3-0 PDS, alimentary limb, anemia, assistant trocar, camera port, dilatation of the sleeve, DPO, EBL, EGD, enterotomy, flank, gastric pouch, gastrojejunostomy, GERD, inner posterior layer, insufficient weight loss, jejunum loop, laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, level of the pylorus, LUQ, lysis of adhesions, monopolar hook cautery, narrowing, OR time, outer posterior layer, permeable anastomosis, PMH, pouch formation, proximal dilatation, PSH, resection, robotic assisted conversion, robotic trocar, Roux-en-y, running posterior suture, RUQ, severe reflux, side to side jenunojejunostomy, stapler, stricture, transverse colon, Treitz angle, umbilicus, upper GI, window

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