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June 24th, 2016

There are many causes of the region forming a fistula between the bladder and vagina. In developing countries, the primary etiology is prolonged and obstructed labor, but in developed countries is about 90% of the VVF (VVF) is a surgical trauma after gynecological surgery. Total abdominal hysterectomy for benign disease accounts for most offistulae secondary gynecological surgery. Common nonsurgical causes include locally advanced cancer (cervix, vagina, uterus) and radiotherapy. Risk factors for the formation of VVF include surgery before the uterus, endometriosis, infection, diabetes, arteriosclerosis, inflammatory disease of the pelvis (Imperial), and prior to radiotherapy.

  The classic presentation of VVF is continuous throughout the day and loss of urine during the night after pelvic surgery. A patient ...   Read more...
June 24th, 2016


Patients who are found to have kidney cancer have their kidneys removed to treat cancer. Patients with recurrent kidney infections, severe blockage and long-term kidney stones disease may develop persistent pain or lose the diseased kidney, so nephrectomy justified. More than 4,000 people each year in the United States to give one of their two kidneys to the end of the transplant. Standard surgery to remove a kidney requires a skirt or abdominal incision 8 to 20 inches in length. In addition, in many cases, the fins must be removed to allow adequate exposure. Most of these procedures can be performed laparoscopically with similar success rates using small incisions "keyhole"
  Surgical procedure 
  Laparoscopic nephrectomy was performed under general anesthesia. The ...   Read more...
June 21st, 2016

Burch colposuspension is used for treatment of urinary incontinence (SUI). Urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine during the period within the abdominal pressure, such as stress, such as laughing, coughing, sneezing, coughing, and jump.
SUI is the most common type of incontinence-eminence and occurs almost exclusively in women. A recent survey by the National Association For Continence found that SUI affects approximately 16.5 million women in the United States. Nearly two-thirds of these women under 50 years.
However, there is a surgical procedure of choice for women with this condition. Actually, a new methodical appraisal of the literature by Black and Downs could not determine the "best practice" based on clinical evidence.
Among the many surgical options for the treatment of SUI bladder ...   Read more...
June 21st, 2016

Laparoscopic pyeloplasty offers patients a safe and effective way to perform reconstructive surgery shrinkage or scarring where the ureter (the tube that drains the kidney to the bladder) connects the kidney through a minimally invasive procedure. 
It is used to correct a blockage or narrowing of the ureter as it leaves the kidney. This irregularity is referred to hitch of the ureteropelvic junction (UPJ), resulting in a weak and slow drain urine from the kidneys. UPJ obstruction can potentially cause pain in the abdomen and hip, stones, infections, high blood pressure and renal function impairment. Compared to conventional open surgical technique, laparoscopic pyeloplasty resulted in significantly fewer postoperative pain, short hospital stay, faster recovery to work and daily activities, favorable cosmetic result, and is identical to that ...   Read more...
June 21st, 2016

The use of mesh is becoming more popular for large hiatal hernia (type ii-iv) repair toreduce the recurrence rate. The aim of this study was to outline the currently available literature on the use of  meshin laparoscopic large hiatal hernia repair,emphasing objective outcome.
  The  use of mesh in the repair of large hiatal hernias is promising with respect to the reduction of anatomical recurrences. However, many different kinds and configurations of mesh are available. This systematic review of the literature is a basis for high-quality randomized controlled trials to obtain the most effective and safe mesh in the long term.
  Hiatal hernias can be subdivided  into sliding, tupe Iand large, types II-IV hiatal hernias. Sliding hiatal hernias typically are associated with gastroesophageal reflux disease ...   Read more...
June 19th, 2016

Inguinal hernia surgery refers to surgery to correct inguinal hernia. The operation is usually not recommended in most cases, if the hernia causes no symptoms; watchful waiting is recommended option. Specifically, elective surgery for the treatment of minimally symptomatic hernias due to high risk (> 10%) chronic pain (pain syndrome after hernia repair) and low risk of closing (around 2% a year) is recommended, as a general recommendation for surgery, the choice of surgeons and hospitals are more important than the choice certain techniques or surgical team.

Mesh Open Repair

Inguinal hernia repair today the most frequently performed the Lichtenstein repair. Flat mesh at the top of the defect. Relief is "Free-tension" that does not place emphasis on the muscles, against ...   Read more...
June 19th, 2016

Esophageal myotomy with fundoplication extramucosal offers the best long-term results to ease achalasia; several large series have shown that it is done with little hassle and great results. In 1991, Heller myotomy minimally invasive introduced and is now recognized as one of the most viable treatment for achalasia because of his  shorter hospital stay and recovery. The surgeon treats patients with achalasia and lung abscess surgery, leading monitor and thoracoscopy esophagomyotomy fundoplication after lung lobectomy.

Case Presentation

At 52, the man vomited after eating, suffering from fever and cough, and lost 10 kg in two months. Chest radiography showed cavitary ...   Read more...

June 16th, 2016

Retroperitoneoscopy was first described by Bartel in 1969, but is considered to be technically complicated because of the limited working space, lack of clear anatomical reference points, rich retroperitoneal fat. However, retroperitoneal anatomy is most familiar with the urologist because of retroperitoneal open surgery is often performed.

And the benefits do not come into the peritoneal cavity, such as the rapid return of bowel activity, preventing contamination of the peritoneal cavity with urine, urologists have to consider that possibility once again. Wickham reported ureterolithotomy retroperitoneoscopic starting in 1979. In 1982, Schultz Bay-Nielson and retroperitoneal endoscopy to remove the upper ureter stones. Retroperitoneaendoscopic nephrectomy first attempts were made by Coptcoat Wickham and Miller and Smith and Weinberg in early 1980, and ...   Read more...
June 16th, 2016

Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy (ETS) is an operational process in this part of the trunk of the sympathetic nerve in the thoracic region is destroyed. ETS is can be applied to heal focal hyperhidrosis, facial flushing, Raynaud's disease and reflex sympathetic dystrophy. The greatest major complaint in treating ETS is a palm hyperhidrosis, colloquially known as "sweaty hands". The process is questionable, so also  criminal in many cases. Like any surgery, there are risks; sympathetic block (ESB) process and procedures that affect fewer endoscopic nerves have a lower risk. Sympathectomy physically destroys the nerves involved around one of the two sympathetic trunk, which are long chains of nerve ganglia located bilaterally along the spine (in a location that results in a low risk of injury) is responsible for several important aspects of the ...   Read more...
June 16th, 2016

Laparoscopy is regarded as a nominally invasive operation of the natural body openings are not used. Instead, the surgeon uses an instrument called a laparoscope. Also called endoscopic surgery, laparoscopy is considered an endoscopic procedure and is usually performed by the investigation of the abdominal and pelvic cavity. The most common diseases are diagnosed and treated by laparoscopy are:
  Female reproductive system: doctors can investigate problems such as endometriosis, fibroids, pelvic and vaginal prolapse. It can also be used to determine whether there is abnormality in the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Ectopic pregnancy can be terminated through a laparoscopic procedure. Certain types of hysterectomy may also be carried out using a laparoscopic procedure.
  Adhesions: It can be used to verify the ...   Read more...
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