Magdy M. A. Elsebae

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Intraabdominal CO2 gas after laparoscopic cholecystectomy causes postoperative shoulder-tip pain. Many methods of analgesia have been used to reduce this pain, including analgesic drugs, intraperitoneal local anesthetic, intraperitoneal saline, a gas drain, heated gas, low-pressure gas, and nitrous oxide pneumoperitoneum. The aim of this study was to(More)
Troublesome fecal incontinence following a lateral internal sphincterotomy is often attributed to faulty surgical technique. However, it may be associated with coexisting occult sphincter defects. Whether continence is related to the extent of sphincterotomy remains debatable. The aim of the study is to identify fecal incontinence related to chronic anal(More)
BACKGROUND Since the implement of laparoscopic cholecystectomy as the gold standard treatment for gall bladder stones, there has been a trend toward minimizing the required number and size of ports to reduce postoperative pain with better cosmetic results. We conducted this study to evaluate the feasibility, safety, advantages and complications of single(More)
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