General Surgery images

Whipple Procedure
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Whipple Procedure

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This photo is taken during Whipple surgery, where the surgeon anastomoses the pancreatic duct to the jejunum.

Obstructive Ileus - Right Colon Flexure Cancer
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Obstructive Ileus - Right Colon Flexure Cancer

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Clinilcal case: a 92 year old lady presented with massive caecal distension. Although a palliative approach was considered, due to massive distension and cruel pain without relief we chose to perform...

Constipation as a Cause of Megacolon and Multiorgan Failure
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Constipation as a Cause of Megacolon and Multiorgan...

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Clinical case: a 49 year old female patient after previous ischemic stroke and left lower limb amputation in medical history presented with severe sepsis (CRP of above 700) and multiorgan dysfunction....

Abdominal Straight Xray of Peptic Perforation
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Abdominal Straight Xray of Peptic Perforation

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X ray is showing the gas under right side of diaphragm. This indicates peptic perforation. It is an emergency condition and emergency surgery needed. 

Suspected Dermoid Cyst on Lateral Malleolus of Left Leg
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Suspected Dermoid Cyst on Lateral Malleolus of...

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Surgical case: a 65 years old woman presented with a mass on the lateral malleolus of left leg. The size is spherical and painless. Margin is regular and it is movable. Not attached to bone or tendon....

Epidural Hematoma
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Epidural Hematoma

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NCCT of epidural hematoma in a 7 years old boy after a road traffic accident.

Straight Abdominal X-Ray of Intestinal Obstruction in a 80 Years Old Male
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Straight Abdominal X-Ray of Intestinal Obstruction...

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A case of 80 years old male presented intestinal obstruction due to femoral hernia.

Critical View of Safety in LC
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Critical View of Safety in LC

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Strasberg's method, known as Critical View of Safety, is based on three criteria: first, only two structures can be clearly seen connected to the gallbladder; second, the lower one third of the gallbladder...

Cholesterolosis
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Cholesterolosis

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Cholesterolosis of the gallbladder happens when cholesterol accumulates in the gallbladder, forming polyps. It is often symptomless, but pain, indigestion, fever, and jaundice may occur. If so, treatment...

Liver Necrosis
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Liver Necrosis

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After difficult laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Iatrogenic ligation of the common hepatic artery resulting in wide areas of liver necrosis.