GASTOINESTINAL SURGERY

Hand-assisted right colectomy

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CHAPTER 20 Hand-assisted right colectomy Kirk Ludwig, Lauren Kosinski Step 1. Surgical anatomy ♦ Familiarity with the vascular anatomy of the right colon is essential to the safe conduct of…

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Appendectomy

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CHAPTER 19 Appendectomy James P. Dolan Step 1. Surgical anatomy ♦ The appendix is a finger-like evagination of the proximal wall of the cecum. There has been extensive debate as…

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Adrenalectomy

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CHAPTER 14 Adrenalectomy L. Michael Brunt, Corey Ming-Lum Step 1. Surgical anatomy A thorough knowledge of normal adrenal anatomy and the relationship of the adrenals to surrounding structures is essential…

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Ventral incisional hernia

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CHAPTER 16 Ventral incisional hernia Robert Lim, Daniel B. Jones Step 1. Surgical anatomy ♦ Ventral hernia repair is a common operation in the United States. With the realization that…

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Right hemicolectomy

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CHAPTER 21 Right hemicolectomy Jennifer L. Irani, David C. Brooks Step 1. Surgical anatomy ♦ The ileocolic vascular pedicle of the superior mesenteric artery must be isolated and divided. If…

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Adjustable gastric banding

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CHAPTER 26 Adjustable gastric banding Daniel Davis Step 1. Surgical anatomy ♦ Adjustable gastric banding was first introduced in 1993. Initially the Lap-Band was the only band available, now we…

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Nissen fundoplication

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CHAPTER 4 Nissen fundoplication Jonathan F. Finks Step 1. Surgical anatomy The antireflux barrier ♦ The antireflux barrier of the gastroesophageal (GE) junction depends on proper anatomic alignment of the…

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Endoscopic component separation

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CHAPTER 17 Endoscopic component separation David Earle, Jessica Evans Step 1. Surgical anatomy ♦ The rectus abdominis muscle is a paired muscle running vertically from the costal margin to the…

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