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All surgical techniques in antireflux surgery are characterised by a high success rate of over 90 %. The common goal of all procedures is the formation of a submucosal tunnel which is four times longer than the diameter of the ureter. Successful treatment has been achieved worldwide with the extravesical antireflux technique according to Lich-Gregoir in non-dilated ureters and psoas hitch ureterocystoneostomy in dilated ureters. Intravesical surgical procedures include the Politano-Leadbetter technique an...
Over the last ten years many minimally invasive surgical techniques have been proposed in colorectal surgery. Several attempts have been described in order to optimize outcomes after laparoscopic and robotic approaches. Natural orifice specimen extraction surgery (NOSES) has been met with great interest among laparoscopic colorectal surgeons since it reduces trauma and wound infection, and also minimises postoperative pain[1, 2]. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Laparoscopic gastrectomy (LG) for cancer has been introduced in institutions worldwide in an effort to minimize surgical trauma, while aiming to provide comparable oncological outcomes to conventional open gastrectomy (OG). The aim of this study was to present our results during the period of implementation of the laparoscopic technique.
Laparoscopic liver resection for metastatic colorectal cancer (CRC) remains controversial. The objective of this study was to compare the short-term and mid-term outcomes of patients with CRC undergoing laparoscopic versus open colorectal resection with simultaneous resection for liver metastases.
Parenchymal-sparing hepatectomy (PSH) is regarded as the standard of care for colorectal liver metastases (CRLMs) in open surgery. However, the surgical and oncological benefits of laparoscopic PSH compared with laparoscopic major hepatectomy (MH) have not been fully documented.
Patient demand for cosmetically superior surgical outcomes has driven minimally invasive technique development like single incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy (SILC). Implementation has been hindered by equipment factors, compromise of ergonomics, increased cost, and larger primary incision, leading to the associated risk of postoperative wound complications, incisional hernia, and fascial dehiscence. We present a method of reduced port laparoscopic cholecystectomy (RPLC), which utilises existing laparosc...
Hospital stays after laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer tend to be much shorter than those after conventional open surgery. Many factors, including surgical outcomes and complications, are associated with patient discharge planning. However, few studies have analyzed the impact of patient subjective discomfort (including pain and fatigue) on the decision to discharge after surgery. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine how patient pain and fatigue play a role in the decision to disch...
Despite the extensive literature on laparoscopic antireflux surgery, comparative evidence across different procedures is scarce. The aim of this study was to assess and rank the most efficacious and safe laparoscopic procedures for the management of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Small intestine stromal tumors (SISTs) are a type of gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) that has an insidious onset. Natural orifice specimen extraction (NOSE) surgery has been gradually developed for the treatment of colorectal, stomach, small intestine, hepatobiliary, and gynecological tumors because of its safety and feasibility. This case study explored the possibility of applying the NOSE method for the treatment of SIST.
Perioperative outcomes of repeat laparoscopic colorectal resection (LCRR) have not been extensively reported.
There is limited literature regarding the feasibility and safety of laparoscopic procedures in patients having mechanical circulatory support, especially colonic resections.
A 40-year-old female patient presented to ears, nose and throat complaining of cacosmia and discharge from the left maxillary sinus. Her CT scan revealed an ectopic supplemental nasal tooth which could not be removed by nasoendoscopy. Therefore, a conventional intraoral surgical approach was taken. In this case, we discuss the indications for conventional surgical removal of teeth from the nasal cavity when a nasoendoscopic approach is not possible. We highlight the potential pitfalls of both conventional a...
Laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer has been shown in clinical trials to be effective regarding short-term outcomes and oncologically safe. Health economic analyses have been performed early in the learning curve when adoption of laparoscopic surgery was not extensive. This cost-effectiveness analysis evaluates laparoscopic versus open colorectal cancer surgery in Swedish routine care.
Most elderly patients with colorectal cancer have comorbidities and reduced functional reserve, which may increase their risks of postoperative morbidity and mortality, and subsequently influence the treatment choice. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the treatment choice and compare laparoscopic and open surgery in this setting.
Surgical-site infections (SSIs) remain a serious complication of colorectal surgery, causing a significant financial burden to the health care system. The aim of this study is to investigate whether the use of an O-ring retractor can be effective in preventing the incidence of wound infections after elective laparoscopic colorectal surgery.
Liver is a common metastatic site not only of colorectal but of non-colorectal neoplasms, as well. However, resection of non-colorectal liver metastases (NCRLMs) remains controversial. The aim of this retrospective study was to analyze the short- and long-term outcomes of patients undergoing laparoscopic liver resection (LLR) for NCRLMs.
The AEU Guidelines of 2017 consider laparoscopic and robot-assisted approaches as investigational procedures. The surgical learning curve is defined as the minimum number of cases that a surgeon has to perform in order to reproduce a technique considered as standard. The aim of this study is to analyze, within our department, the implementation of a laparoscopic radical cystectomy (LRC) program compared with a well consolidated and standardized open radical cystectomy (ORC) program.
There has been recent interest in indocyanine green (ICG) to assess anastomotic perfusion in colorectal surgery. We describe our experience using ICG when performing laparoscopic segmental colorectal resections with extracorporeal anastomotic technique and a highly standardized approach for clinically assessing blood flow.
Haemorrhoidal disease (HD) is a common colorectal condition that often requires surgical treatment. Less invasive procedures are usually more acceptable to patients. The aim of this study was to report the outcome of a novel and minimally invasive technique employing a radiofrequency ablation (RFA) energy (Rafaelo) to treat HD.
The oncological outcomes of laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery were evaluated in recent multicenter randomized clinical trials (RCTs). The MRC-CLASSIC, COLOR II, and COREAN trials found no differences in local recurrence or diseasefree survival rate between laparoscopic and open surgery. However, the noninferiority of laparoscopic surgery with respect to open surgery for rectal cancer was not established on statistical analysis in the ACOSOG Z6051 and the ALaCaRT trials. Quality of total mesorectal excision...
To compare the short-term efficacy between natural orifice specimen extraction (NOSE) without abdominal incision and conventional laparoscopic surgery in the treatment of sigmoid colon cancer and upper rectal cancer.
Laparoscopic techniques may be preferable to open surgery for reversal of Hartmann's procedures(1). Recently, transanal laparoscopy has been used for revisional colorectal surgery and also for Hartmann's reversal (2).
To improve patient safety, we standardized our surgical technique and implemented a stepwise strategy for surgeons learning to perform laparoscopic liver resection (LLR). The aim of the study is to describe how the stepwise training approach and standardized LLR affects surgical outcomes.
Comparison of surgical payer costs and implication on the healthcare expenses between laparoscopic magnetic sphincter augmentation (MSA) and laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication (LNF) in a large healthcare system.
Magnetic sphincter augmentation (MSA) is a promising antireflux surgical treatment. The cost associated with the device may be perceived as a drawback by payers, which may limit the adoption of this technique. There are limited data regarding the cost of MSA in the management of reflux disease. The aims of the study were to report the clinical outcome and quality of life measures in patients after MSA and to compare the pharmaceutical and procedure payer costs and the disease-related and overall expense of ...
Surgeons, while performing manual endovascular procedures with conventional surgical tools (catheters and guidewires), experience forces on the tool outside the patient's body that are proximal to the point of actuation. Currently, most of the robotic systems for endovascular procedures use active catheters to navigate vasculature and to measure the contact forces at the distal end (tool tip). These tools are more expensive than the conventional surgical tools used in endovascular procedures. To avoid depen...