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Single Site Robotic Cholecystectomy

Single Site Robotic Cholecystectomy

Speech by Jacques Megevand, robotic surgeon, at the CRSA World Congress, in Washington in 2013. Presentation title: Single Site Robotic Cholecystectomy.

Spleen Haemangioma Treated by Partial Robotic Splenectomy

Spleen Haemangioma Treated by Partial Robotic...

Speech by Jacques Megevand, robotic surgeon, at the CRSA World Congress, in Chicago in 2012. Presentation title: Spleen Haemangioma Treated by Partial Robotic Splenectomy

Robotic Colorectal Surgery

Robotic Colorectal Surgery

Speech by Jacques Megevand, robotic surgeon, at the CRSA World Congress, in Washington in 2013. Presentation title: Robotic Colorectal Surgery Early Experience Cases

Management of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction with Fugo Blade

Management of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction with...

Retention of Meibomian secretions and increased pressure inside the ducts, as well as hardened plugs in the duct openings cause great discomfort to the patient. The tarsal plate is mostly the collection of Meibomian glands. Moreover, the tears lose the fatty component that comes from these glands. The ducts and their openings can be quickly cleared with Fugo blade, without the collateral tissue damage. Every patient feels much relief.

Microtrack Filtration at the Lower Limbus, Because the upper Limbus Was Completely Scarred

Microtrack Filtration at the Lower Limbus,...

It was such a complicated case, with multiple failures with glaucoma surgery. The upper limbus was completely scarred. Doing surgery in scarred (no lymphatics) are is destined to fail. The lower limbus was virgin. A microtrack was made with 200 micron Fugo blade tip, in no time. Glaucoma surgery is simply making a filtration track in to healthy tissues having functional lymphatics. The more there is dissection, the greater the chances of scarring and failure on a long term.

Totally Robotic RYGB

Totally Robotic RYGB

In this video you will see the technique of totally robotic gastric bypass with robotic stapler. Voice comment is associated with ech part of the surgery. It was performed in Marina del Ray Hospital in Los Angeles, CA.

Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA). Discussion of ECG, Echo and Treatment

Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA). Discussion...

A 30 year old woman, who had a continuous cardiac nurmur (grade 3/6, best heard at the second left intercostal space). Her echocardiogram and ECG are shown in this video. She was asymptomatic. Physical examination also revealed wide pulse pressure. Echo showed patent ductus arteriosus of small to moderate size, and normal estimated pulmonary arterial pressure. The PDA was closed by cardiac catheterization with placement of a closure device in a specialized center. For more cardiology cases please visit my channel in You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRoOCgmBNnj1kjaemu8dhWw

Intra Cranial Hydatid Cyst

Intra Cranial Hydatid Cyst

Hydatid cyst is the larval form of the tapeworm Echinococcus granulosus which causes cystic echinococcosis, or Echinococcus multilocularis which causes alveolar echinococcosis; former being more common. Hydatid cysts commonly affect liver and lung but it can also affect the brain in rare cases. It is an important zoonotic disease which is widespread throughout the world. We report a case of 46 year female with history of headache, seizures and left hemiparesis. Intracranial hydatid cyst was diagnosed on computed tomography scan and magnetic resonance imaging. The cyst was delivered without rupture using Dowling-Orlando technique followed by post-operative anthelminthic medication. Amongst the surgical techniques described, Dowling's technique is the most acceptable. However, care must be taken in to avoid rupture of the cyst peroperatively which can result in subsequent complications and recurrence. Cerebral hydatid cyst is primarily a surgical illness requiring meticulous surgical skills. Albendazole and corticosteroids may act as an adjunct to surgical treatment; however, the importance of un-ruptured extirpation of the cyst can not be over stated.

Laparoscopc Resection Of Bleeding Meckel`s Diverticulum-uncut video

Laparoscopc Resection Of Bleeding Meckel`s...

We present a laparoscopic resection of a bleeding Meckel`s diverticulum performed at 3-rd Surgery Clinic, Gastroenterology Institute, Cluj Napoca, Romania by Dr. Lucian Mocan. The immediate postoperative course was unremarkable, and this patient was discharged 2 days after surgery. The tissue specimen sampled for pathologic analysis consisted of a 6.0-cm-long segment of small intestine with a 1.8-cm diameter showing small-bowel mucosa with focal HGM consistent with Meckel diverticulum .

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