Needle Liver Biopsy Has Potential for Delaying Kasai Portoenterostomy and Is Obsolete for Diagnosing Biliary Atresia in the Laparoscopic Era
Early diagnosis is essential for the successful management of biliary atresia (BA). We assessed the efficacy of our diagnostic strategies for BA in the laparoscopic era.
The objective of this study is to present an anatomical defect of duodenal atresia using a rabbit model and evaluate the preliminary experience for the training of surgical skills with pediatric surgeons. Adult white New Zealand male rabbits weighing 3.0 to 4.5 kg were used to create the defect. To simulate the bottom of the dilated blind pouch, the gastric antrum of the rabbit was obliterated using a 2-0 Prolene suture, and the cecal appendix was dissected to simulate the continuation of the duodenum. Participants performed laparoscopic duodenal atresia repair in this animal model using the iPhone trainer. Thirteen pediat...
Condition: Duodenal Atresia Intervention: Procedure: Performance of laparoscopic duodenal atresia repair Sponsor: Boston Children’s Hospital Not yet recruiting
CONCLUSION: We were unable to demonstrate any significant benefits of cutting ovarian tissue into small cubes and applying IVA with Akt stimulators. The association of vitrification and transplantation was actually found to be the most deleterious combination with respect to the follicle reserve, and even worse when culture with Akt stimulators was performed.
ConclusionsThe present meta-analysis provides evidence that LPE is a feasible option for patients with BA. LPE should be revaluated by further studies and longer follow-up.
Conclusion: On the basis of our review, minimal endoscopic procedures in small newborns and toddlers require a high level of experience. They are technically challenging and need suitable equipment. Overall, endoscopists and pediatric surgeons should equally be prepared for all possible complications in every treatment step. The endoscopic approach to managing this unusual disease may require multiple interventions and is associated with a risk of perforation. Therefore, we are convinced that centers undertaking this treatment modality should be equipped with the proper instrumentation, prepared to perform multiple endos...
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