Laparoscopy

Mohamed Ibrahim
11,130 Views · 5 months ago

Laparoscopic repair of incisional hernia

Doctor
25,770 Views · 5 months ago

16 year Boy.Grade III Varicocele.ISV reflux on CDUS.Operative findings showed high attachment of sigmoid.This procedure was done at Pakistan Institute of Medical sciences,PIMS,Islamabad,Pakistan

Doctor
14,213 Views · 5 months ago

Laparoscopic Appendectomy for Acute Appendicitis Post-illeal Appendix

DrPhil
14,354 Views · 5 months ago

The Principles of Laparoscopic Suturing

DrPhil
14,251 Views · 5 months ago

Laparoscopic Appendectomy Video

Dr.Elia
16,498 Views · 5 months ago

operation on the stomach

Dr.Elia
13,282 Views · 5 months ago

a complete discription of the instruments used in laparacopic surgeries and there function

Mohamed Ibrahim
40,620 Views · 5 months ago

For open hernia repair surgery, a single long incision is made in the groin. If the hernia is bulging out of the abdominal wall (a direct hernia), the bulge is pushed back into place. If the hernia is going down the inguinal canal (indirect), the hernia sac is either pushed back or tied off and removed.

Mohamed Ibrahim
21,249 Views · 5 months ago

When a ventral hernia occurs, it usually arises in the abdominal wall where a previous surgical incision was made. In this area the abdominal muscles have weakened; this results in a bulge or a tear. In the same way that an inner tube pushes through a damaged tire, the inner lining of the abdomen pushes through the weakened area of the abdominal wall to form a balloon-like sac. This can allow a loop of intestines or other abdominal contents to push into the sac. If the abdominal contents get stuck within the sac, they can become trapped or “incarcerated.” This could lead to potentially serious problems that might require emergency surgery.

Mohamed Ibrahim
15,130 Views · 5 months ago

Laparoscopic ventral hernia repair is a technique to fix tears or openings in the abdominal wall using small incisions, laparoscopes (small telescopes inserted into the abdomen) and a patch (screen or mesh) to reinforce the abdominal wall.

Mohamed Ibrahim
14,489 Views · 5 months ago

The words “laparoscopic” and “open” appendectomy describes the techniques a surgeon uses to gain access to the internal surgery site. Most laparoscopic appendectomies start the same way. Using a cannula (a narrow tube-like instrument), the surgeon enters the abdomen. A laparoscope (a tiny telescope connected to a video camera) is inserted through a cannula, giving the surgeon a magnified view of the patient’s internal organs on a television monitor. Several other cannulas are inserted to allow the surgeon to work inside and remove the appendix. The entire procedure may be completed through the cannulas or by lengthening one of the small cannula incisions. A drain may be placed during the procedure. This will be removed later by your surgeon.

DrPhil
15,652 Views · 5 months ago

he appendix is a long narrow tube (a few inches in length) that attaches to the first part of the colon. It is usually located in the lower right quadrant of the abdominal cavity. The appendix produces a bacteria destroying protein called immunoglobulins, which help fight infection in the body. Its function, however, is not essential. People who have had appendectomies do not have an increased risk toward infection. Other organs in the body take over this function once the appendix has been removed.

DrPhil
29,639 Views · 5 months ago

Traditionally, the appendix is removed through an incision in the right lower abdominal wall. In most laparoscopic appendectomies, surgeons operate through 3 small incisions (each ¼ to ½ inch) while watching an enlarged image of the patient's internal organs on a television monitor

DrPhil
19,503 Views · 5 months ago

A laparoscope is a small, thin tube that is put into your body through a tiny cut made just below your navel. Your surgeon can then see your gallbladder on a television screen and do the surgery with tools inserted in three other small cuts made in the right upper part of your abdomen. Your gallbladder is then taken out through one of the incisions.

DrPhil
26,136 Views · 5 months ago

A laparoscope is a small, thin tube that is put into your body through a tiny cut made just below your navel. Your surgeon can then see your gallbladder on a television screen and do the surgery with tools inserted in three other small cuts made in the right upper part of your abdomen. Your gallbladder is then taken out through one of the incisions.

DrPhil
36,224 Views · 5 months ago

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a very safe operation. The overall complication rate is less than 2%. The complication rate for laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is similar to the complication rate for traditional open gallbladder surgery when performed by a properly trained surgeon.

DrPhil
58,899 Views · 5 months ago

What is a laparoscopic cholecystectomy? Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a procedure in which the gallbladder is removed by laparoscopic techniques. Laparoscopic surgery also referred to as minimally invasive surgery describes the performance of surgical procedures with the assistance of a video camera and several thin instruments. During a laparoscopic surgical procedure, small incisions of up to half an inch are made and plastic tubes called ports are placed through these incisions. The camera and the instruments are then introduced through the ports which allow access to the inside of the patient. The camera transmits an image of the organs inside the abdomen onto a television monitor.The surgeon is not able to see directly into the patient without the traditional large incision. The video camera becomes a surgeon’s eyes in laparoscopy surgery, since the surgeon uses the image from the video camera positioned inside the patient’s body to perform the procedure.

DrPhil
28,531 Views · 5 months ago

A video showing Two port laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

DrPhil
21,267 Views · 5 months ago

Reusable Lap Instruments Multi-functional laparoscopic instruments. Choose from many handle styles, three instrument styles, 33cm or 45cm lengths, and dozens of dissectors, graspers, forceps, and scissors. Lap Needle Electrodes Monopolar needle electrodes for laparoscopic surgery.




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