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Two metastatic brain tumors being removed during brain surgery by Dr. Farhad M. Limonadi

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< 1 mn read Note: Dr. Farhad M. Limonadi (neurosurgeon at Palm Springs, CA) removes two brain tumors from a patient with newly discovered metastatic brain tumors. Patient did well postoperatively and was discharged home. View through the high power magnification of surgical microscope.

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Below Knee Amputation Video and Steps

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2 mn read Steps for Below Knee Amputation Surgery (Without Bone Bridge) Following are the gross steps for doing a below knee amputation surgery, for detailed steps please check out these links ( Link1 and Link2 ) . Marking the incision for flap using following parameters Anterior incision 10cm distal to tibial tubercle Anterior incision 2/3 total circumference Posterior incision […]

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Most Important Anatomy in Diagnostic Laparoscopy

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< 1 mn read Check out this splendid video on Anatomy in Diagnostic Laparoscopy WITH labels. It is an excellent  video to get an orientation and understanding of laparoscopic anatomy of abdomen. This was shown at the ESGE Congress in Berlin. Check out these related videos: LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY BY DR R. K. MISHRA https://worldsurgeryforum.net/2018/02/laparoscopic-cholecystectomy-by-dr-mishra.html GROSS ANATOMY AND SEGMENTAL ANATOMY […]

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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy by Dr R. K. Mishra

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2 mn read Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Steps Prepare the patient Placement of first 10mm trocar (midline navel) Creation of Pneumoperitinium Final Diagnosis  Place patient in Reverse Trendelenburg position slightly rotated to the left Apply local anesthetics and 2-3 other trocars under visualization of scope Retraction of gall bladder/liver Assistant grasps fundus of gallbladder and retract superiorly Grasp infundibulum of […]

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Gross Anatomy and Segmental Anatomy of Liver

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< 1 mn read Below is a video showing the gross anatomy of liver. Also you will find two nice presentations covering gross and segmental anatomy of liver in depth. Questions related to the segmental anatomy of liver are very commonly asked in examinations. This presentation explains segmental anatomy of liver very well. All about Surgical Anatomy of Liver. […]

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Laparoscopic Appendectomy by Dr Andrew Renaut

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2 mn read Laparoscopic Appendectomy Steps Step 1: Port placement: A 10-mm trocar is placed at the umbilicus, and the abdominal cavity is insufflated to a pressure of 15 mmHg. The camera is also inserted through this larger trocar. A 5-mm trocar is placed at the suprapubis, and a second 5-mm trocar is placed at the LLQ. Step […]

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Principles of Bowel Anastomosis with Videos

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3 mn read Milestones in the history of intestinal anastomosis Intestinal anastomosis has been successfully performed for more than 150 years using a variety of techniques and suture materials. Major milestones in the development of this technique are: Lembert : Seromuscular suture technique for bowel anastomosis in 1826 Kocher : Utilised a two-layer anastomosis. First a continuous all-layer […]

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