Management for Ureteral Stenosis: A Comparison of Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Ureteroureterostomy and Conventional Laparoscopic Ureteroureterostomy
Journal of Laparoendoscopic&Advanced Surgical Techniques, Ahead of Print.
ConclusionThe pinpoint accuracy of the bipolar method allowed for safe and complete dissection.
ConclusionThe FlexDex platform allows similar amplitude and intuitive wrist movement of the surgeon during complex procedures such as the one here presented – being a cost-effective alternative to the robot technology in countries where it is not readily available.
Uterine leiomyosarcoma (uLMS) is aggressive mesenchymal neoplasm and is associated with a high risk of recurrence and poor prognosis. The 5year overall survival rate is about 60% even in FIGO stage I disease. There is no firm evidence of chemotherapy, so surgical resection should be considered to control the disease in case of localized recurrence. We will report a case underwent total laparoscopic complete resection for recurrent mass involved sigmoid colon and right ureter.
Evaluate the detection of ureteral injuries with the use of laparoscopic lens of 5 mm and 30 ° for cystoscopy after total laparoscopic hysterectomy.
To demonstrate an alternative method to evaluate for ureteral patency following benign hysterectomy.
This video demonstrates a safe and effective minimally invasive technique for enterolysis, oophorectomy and subsequent ureterolysis in the face of deep infiltrating (DIE) and deep fibrotic endometriosis.
To present a successful remission of hydronephrosis, with laparoscopic surgery of complete excision for DIE lesion, and end-to-end anastomosis of left ureter.
To elucidate the precautions involved in preventing ureteric injury in laparoscopy. To demonstrate management of ureteric injury and technique of ureteric re-implantation in diseased distal third of ureter
To expand laparoscopic surgical skills, we need to strategies to cope with the very large uterus.Traditionally, there are three techniques to detect and mobilize the ureter and uterine artery: the anterior, lateral and posterior approach. Generally, the lateral approach is most common as one can easily detect the ureters transperitoneally at the rim of psoas muscle. But, in the case of a large and bulky uterus, advanced techniques are required.
We will present two cases which suffered from ureteral vaginal fistula after hysterectomy and underwent repair at our institute.