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Initial Experience with Laparoscopic Loop Duodenojejunal Bypass with Sleeve Gastrectomy in Korean Obese Patients

Kim SH, Hur KY, Chung Y, Kim YJ

Laparoscopic loop duodenojejunal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy (LDJB-SG) has theoretical advantages compared with laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. We performed 7 cases of LDJBSG from May 2019 to September 2019. All...
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Double Cystic Artery Originating in a Right and a Segment IV Hepatic Artery: A Case Report

Kim MJ, Yoon YC

Anatomical variation of the cystic artery (CA) is frequently observed. However, a CA originating in a segment IV hepatic artery (HA) has been rarely reported. We report double CA originating...
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Unmodifiable Clinicopathological Risk Factors of Shoulder Tip or Subcostal Pain after Laparoscopic Appendectomy

Kim B, Kim J, Park I, Cho H, Gwak G, Yang KH, Bae BN, Kim K

Purpose: Appendectomy, which comprises most benign intra-abdominal surgeries, is currently assisted by laparoscopy in most cases. However, many patients complain of postoperative shoulder or subcostal pain after laparoscopic surgery. In...
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Feasibility and Advantages of Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery (TAMIS) for Various Lesions in the Rectum

Kang MK, Shin R, Sohn Bh, Heo Sc

Purpose: We report our experience in the use of transanal minimally invasive surgery (TAMIS) and the feasibility and safety of this surgical technique in operating for various rectal diseases that...
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Laparoscopic Pediatric Inguinal Hernia Repair; Intracorporeal Purse-String Suture Using Needlescopic 2-mm Instruments

Lim JM, Chang HK, Park SJ

Purpose: Two-millimeter needlescopic instruments induce minimal damage to the abdominal wall and have excellent cosmetic benefits. We aimed to evaluate the feasibility of a laparoscopic intracorporeal suture using 2-mm instruments...
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Omental Free-Shaped Flap Reinforcement on Anastomosis and Dissected Area (OFFROAD) Following Reconstruction after Gastrectomy: A Retrospective Case-Control Study

Park KL, Han WH, Cho H, Ryu J, Kim YW

Purpose: We devised omental free-shaped flap reinforcement on anastomosis and dissected area (OFFROAD) following reconstruction after gastrectomy. This study aimed to evaluate its safety and early clinical outcomes. Methods: One hundred...
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Left Dorsal Wall Anastomosis Compared with Parallel-Line Anastomosis for Intracorporeal Overlap Esophagojejunostomy during Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy

Lee JE, Kim KH, Seo KW

Purpose: This study evaluated the safety and efficacy of totally laparoscopic total gastrectomy (TLTG) with esophagojejunostomy by comparing left dorsal wall anastomosis (LDA) with parallelline anastomosis (PA) methods. Methods: We retrospectively...
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Laparoscopic Liver Resection of Segments 7 and 8: from the Initial Restrictions to the Current Indications

Lopez-Lopez V, Ome Y, Kawamoto Y, Ruiz AG, Campos RR, Honda G

Since the beginning of laparoscopic liver surgery, resection of the posterosuperior segments has been considered one of the most challenging procedure due to its difficult access. The main drawbacks of...
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Postoperative Shoulder Pain after Laparoscopic Surgery

Park SJ

We often encounter patients complaining of shoulder pain after laparoscopic surgery. The pain mechanism is believed to be due to the diaphragmatic overstretching under pressure in a pneumoperitoneum, which causes...
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Omental Free-Shaped Flap Reinforcement on the Anastomosis and Dissected Area (OFFROAD) Following Reconstruction after Gastrectomy: A Retrospective Case-Control Study

Roh CK, Han SU

The recent advancements in surgical techniques and perioperative care have improved postoperative morbidity and survival after gastric cancer surgeries. However, anastomotic leakage, the most serious complication post-gastrectomy, continues to occur....
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