Minimal Access General Surgery
This clinical text, aimed at trainee surgeons, provides clear, practical detail on the routine procedures in minimal access surgery with which all surgeons should be familiar. Topics covered include laparascopic cholecystectomy, inguinal hernia repair, and oesophagectomy.
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abdominal cavity abdominal wall acute abdomen adrenal anaesthesia appendicectomy appendix artery biliary bleeding bowel camera cannula catheter cholangiograms cholangiography choledocholithiasis clinical clips closure common duct exploration cystic duct defect developed diagnosis diagnostic laparoscopy diathermy dilatation direct inguinal hernia dissection ductal duodenal ulcer Endosc endoscopic surgery ERCP fascia Figure forceps gallbladder gastric grasping forceps hernia repair hernial sac hernioplasty hiatal hospital hyperhidrosis incision indirect hernias inguinal hernia inserted instruments insufflation internal ring intestine intra-abdominal intraperitoneal laparoscopic appendicectomy laparoscopic approach laparoscopic cholecystectomy laparoscopic surgery laparotomy laser ligament ligated liver medial mesh mid-clavicular minimal access surgery oesophagus open surgery operation pain patients perform laparoscopic peritoneal cavity peritoneum placed placement pneumoperitoneum port posterior truncal vagotomy preoperative preperitoneal space recurrence removed resection scissors sphincterotomy spleen splenic stapler stapling stomach Surg surgeons in training surgical suture technique tissue transversalis fascia treatment trocar tube tumour umbilical umbilicus usually vagotomy Verres needle vessels