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Ectopic Gallbladder Location

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Ectopic gallbladders are extremely rare with an incidence of 0.1%–0.7% and are found in a wide range of locations; the more common is beneath the left lobe of the liver and left of the round ligament,...

Omentoplasty in Hydatid Liver Cysts

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Omentoplasty, also called omentopexy or omental packing, is the only cavity management technique that has a preventive effect on postoperative biliary leakage, biliary fistula, and deep cavity abscess,...

Usage of Instruments From A to Z for Aortic Arch...

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Aortic arch surgery is a complex procedure involving the repair or replacement of the aortic arch, a crucial segment of the main artery that carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the...

Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication Technically...

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Surgical case description: 41 year old male presented with heart burn, abdominal bloating for 10 years and on PPI. per abdomen examination normal. OGD shows type 1 hiatus hernia with esophagitis. The...

Aspiration or Suture Traction of the GB

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Surgical video case: difficult laparoscopic cholecystectomy, adhesions to the omentum, falciform ligament, anterior abdominal wall, and diaphragm. The GB is distended, and its wall is so thick that...

Bleeding in this Area of Porta Hepatis Especially...

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Surgical video case: bleeding in this area of porta hepatis especially in the presence of anomalies, like this posterior Caterpillar hump of Rt hepatic artery, must be managed after proper exposure with...

RV Training Protocol During Weaning of From CPB...

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In this sophisticated video we show you how to protect you RV after heart transplantation specially in patients with broder line donor's RV and PHTN in the recopient patient.

Difficult Cholecystectomy

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The "difficult gallbladder" is a scenario in which a cholecystectomy incurs an increased surgical risk compared with standard cholecystectomy. Cholecystectomy can be made difficult by processes...

If the Cystic Duct is Short and a Stone is Impacted...

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If the cystic duct is short and a stone is impacted in the neck of the GB you can secure the duct only just distal to the stone leaving a reasonable cystic duct stump, then divide between the secured...

Quill® Barbed Suture vs. Conventional Suture

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This video demonstrates how Quill® barbed suture allows you to be faster than a conventional suture material, for wound closure. This video is part of a training completed on porcine models.

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