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Laparoscopic Removal Of Eroded Mesh And Revision...

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This video depicts the laparoscopic removal of mesh which has eroded into the gastrojejunostomy. The mesh was placed at the time of a prior laparoscopic repair of hiatal hernia and Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. 

Laparoscopic Treatment of a Penetrating Ulcer...

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This video depicts the laparoscopic repair of an ulcer in a herniated stomach. The ulcer has penetrated through to the adjacent pericardium. The ulcer is dissected off of the pericardium and the stomach...

Guidelines for Intraoperative Assessment of Type...

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The vast majority of hiatal hernias are called type I, or sliding hiatal hernias. In this type, the stomach intermittently slides up into the chest through a small opening in the diaphragm. In type...

Laparoscopic Repair of Sliding Hiatal Hernia

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Laparoscopic video case: it is difficult to accurately identify the incidence of hiatal hernia, as asymptomatic hiatal hernia often goes undetected. However, symptomatic hernia should be examined...

Intrathoracic Stomach in Paraesophageal Hiatal...

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Laparoscopy plays a major role in the treatment of intrathoracic stomach and regarding most aspects of the treatment. All available techniques have their advantages and disadvantages, and the decision...

Type 1 Hiatal Hernia - Retrograde View

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Surgical teaching video: type I hiatal hernia, also called a sliding hiatal hernia, is the most common, constituting 90% of all hiatal hernias. A type I hernia is present when the gastro-esophageal junction...

Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (LESS) Hiatal Hernia...

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Surgical video case: laparo-endoscopic single site (LESS) hiatal hernia reduction and Nissen fundoplication.

Laparoscopic Heller's Myotomy in Achalasia Concomitant...

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Surgical video case: achalasia is a rare esophageal motility problem that may coexist with a hiatal hernia. Both achalasia and hiatal hernia are associated with heartburn. The treatment in your case consists...

Reduction of a Giant Hiatal Hernia with Toupet...

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Video case: reduction of a giant hiatal hernia with Toupet fundoplication. 

Toupet Fundoplication

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Surgical video case: sliding hiatal hernia needs some sort of anti-reflux procedure. Laparoscopic surgery is the gold standard approach for hiatal hernia repair. Nissan and Toupet fundoplications are...

Schatzki Ring

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This video demonstrates a patient with a hiatal hernia and a Schatzki ring.

3 Keyholes Posterior Cruroraphy with Sleeve Gastrectomy

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Surgical video case: 3 keyholes posterior cruroraphy with sleeve gastrectomy.

Coexisting Achalasia and Large Hiatal Hernia

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The occurrence of hiatal hernia and achalasia in the same patient is considered to be extremely rare. Although hiatal hernia is reported with a 40-50% frequency in the general population, its occurrence...

Mini Gastric Bypass + Nissen Fundoplication +...

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Surgical video case: 37-year-old male patient, BMI of 35.The patient applied with complaints of overweight and severe reflux. Mini gastric bypass, hiatus hernia repair and Nissen fundoplication procedures...

Hiatal Mesh Reinforcement for Large Hiatal Hernia...

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This video presents the hiatal reinforcement with resorbable mesh in case of a large hiatal defect. 

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