Twisted and Backwards: Laparoscopic Ladd’s Procedure in a Patient with Malrotation

 

Twisted and Backwards: Laparoscopic Ladd’s Procedure in a Patient with Malrotation, Situs Inversus and Preduodenal Portal Vein

Presented by Benjamin R Biteman at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS3 Video 2

Benjamin R Biteman, MD, MS, Todd Ponksy, MD, FACS, Amelia Dorsey, MD; Akron Children’s Hospital


Points of interest:
Situs inversus explained–12 sec
controversy regarding tx–1:10
preduodenal portal vein description–1:34
case study–1:53
abdominal x-ray–2:38
upper GI–2:47
small bowel f


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