Role of Diagnostic Laparoscopy in Patients with Unexplained Acute or Chronic Abdominal Pain


SAGES Grand Rounds Volume 1 – Issue 3 Sept. 2005

abdominal pain entities–16 sec
initial approach for acute pain–41 sec
contraindications to laparoscopy–1:43
prerequisites to proceed with laparoscopy–3:26
conduct of surgery for acute pain–4:22
port placement–6:00
pt positioning–8:21
laparoscopy for the management of non-traumatic acute ABD–8:39
inflammatory process–10:09
bowel obstruction–10:58
bedside laparoscopy–11:17
surgical complications–12:48
initial approach for chronic abdominal pain–20:52
pt eval–21:19
consent process–22:00
conduct of surgery–23:25
potential pathology–25:36
utility of laparoscopy for chronic pain–25:57

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