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The purpose of this article is to establish the important place of laparoscopy in the diagnosis management of pediatric surgery pathology. In addition, it is intended to become a pleading, concerning the true and realistic benefit, for the pediatric patient, of minimally invasive surgery. In our country, the method was taken over from general surgery and… (More)
Laparoscopic appendectomy (LA) is a well spread method today, but not as largely accepted as cholecystectomy, the cure of gastro-esophageal reflux and some other procedures (relatively small in number) for which the laparoscopic approach is the golden standard. Otherwise it is improbable that LA will gain such a status, at least in the near future. On the… (More)
The laparoscopic approach of pediatric surgery emergencies represents a specific preoccupation in hospitals everywhere in the world. Nowadays, when confronted with this pathology, pediatric surgeons are able to apply certain well-defined therapeutic protocols, depending on the technical equipment at their disposal and their laparoscopic expertise and… (More)
There is presented the case of a patient with liver cirrhosis hepatomegalic form, echinococcosis and gallbladder stones. After the presentation of the clinical findings, there are discussed the problems of the surgical treatment. The remaining cavity was treated by pericysto-jejunostomy. The postoperative recovery was uneventful.
After a short exposure of the main clinical and anatomical aspects of the varicocele, as arguments for a wider surgical indication, the authors present the technique of laparoscopic varicocelectomy. The operation implies general anesthesia and may be performed by transperitoneal or properitoneal approach--similar to laparoscopic hernia repair. The main step… (More)
Laparoscopic lumbar transperitoneal sympathectomy represents the miniinvasive approach of laterocolic procedure Adson-Diez. It is suitable to laparoscopic surgery, has a good reproducibility and it is more advantageous than total retroperitoneal approach because of a larger working space.
From the introduction of the laparoscopy in our clinic, more and more of the cholecystectomies, reaching over 50% are done by this technique. Based upon the accumulation of an already important experience, the paper tries to analyze the situations in which, during or after laparoscopic cholecystectomy, intraoperative conversions (deliberate or of necessity)… (More)
The paper is referring to the laparoscopic cure of the gastric transhiatal hernia. The first part is a short comment on the way to establish the need for surgery and to choose the adequate procedure. Then the main tactical aspects of the laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication are discussed. Finally the technique of the operation is detailed. Six patients were… (More)