This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract There are more than 50 different techniques of laparoscopic cholecystectomy LC available in literature mainly due to modifications by surgeons in aim to improve postoperative outcome and cosmesis. There is no uniform nomenclature to describe these different techniques so that it is not possible to compare the outcomes of different techniques. We brief the advantages and disadvantages of each of these techniques and suggest the situation where particular technique would be useful. We also propose a nomenclature which is easy to remember and apply, so that any future comparison will be possible between the techniques. The technique of performing LC has undergone many changes and variations.
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Comparison of Two Entry Methods for Laparoscopic Port Entry: Technical Point of View
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract Laparoscopic entry is a blind procedure and it often represents a problem for all the related complications. In the last three decades, rapid advances in laparoscopic surgery have made it an invaluable part of general surgery, but there remains no clear consensus on an optimal method of entry into the peritoneal cavity. The aim of this paper is to focus on the evolution of two used methods of entry into the peritoneal cavity in laparoscopic surgery.
Techniques of laparoscopic cholecystectomy: Nomenclature and selection
Abstract Although the anatomy of the human being has not changed, technical developments in operating materials and methods demand a simultaneous development in operative management. Developments in electronic and optical technologies permit many gynecological operations to be performed laparoscopically. One fundamental distinction between any other operating method and laparoscopy is the hurdle that the initial entry, whether with a needle, cannula, or trocar, is mostly performed blind. However, there is a risk that blind entry may result in vascular or organ damage.
Sex Dating Chole degrees of penetration They suggest a staging system based upon severity assessment criteria such as degree of local inflammation and patient conditions, without including any of the most commonly adopted risk stratification scores [ 71 ]. No differences in terms of morbidity, mortality and success rate were reported comparing these methods. We compared lateral thermal damage following in vivo application of 3 commonly used instruments. Clinical outcome for laparoscopic cholecystectomy in extremely elderly patients.