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Laparoscopy in Children.

By: Schier, Felix.
Contributor(s): Turial, Salmai.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (150 p.).ISBN: 9783642376382.Subject(s): Children -- Surgery | Laparoscopic surgery | Laparoscopy -- Methods | MedicineGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Laparoscopy in ChildrenDDC classification: 618.1059 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface; Contents; 1: Equipment, Children, Anesthesia, Gas Embolism; 1.1 Equipment; 1.2 Children; 1.3 Anesthesia; 1.4 Gas Embolism; 2: Technical Basics: Insufflation, Trocar Insertion, Instruments, Needle Insertion, Suturing, Ligating; 2.1 Insufflation (1); 2.1.1 When Starting Insufflation with a 5-mm Trocar; 2.2 Insufflation (2); 2.2.1 When Starting Insufflation with a 2-mm Trocar; 2.3 Trocar Insertion; 2.4 Instruments; 2.5 Needle Insertion; 2.6 Suturing; 2.7 Ligating; 3: Thoracoscopic Procedures; 3.1 Esophageal Atresia; 3.2 H-Fistula; 3.3 Diaphragmatic Hernia; 3.4 Lung Biopsy
3.5 Pneumothorax3.6 Sympathectomy; 4: Upper Abdomen; 4.1 Achalasia (Heller Myotomy); 4.2 Fundoplication (360° Nissen); 4.3 Eventration of the Diaphragm; 4.4 Splenectomy; 4.5 Spleen Cyst (Technically Identical to Liver Cysts); 4.6 Liver Biopsy; 5: Right Upper Abdomen; 5.1 Pyloromyotomy; 5.2 Biliary Atresia; 5.3 Cholecystectomy; 5.4 Cholecystotomy; 5.5 Choledochal Cyst; 5.6 Duodenal Atresia; 6: Urogenital Procedures; 6.1 Cryptorchidism; 6.2 Orchiopexy; 6.3 Inguinal Hernia; 6.4 Varicocele; 6.5 Urachal Cyst; 6.6 Pyeloplasty; 6.6.1 Purely Laparoscopic; 6.6.2 Laparoscopy Assisted; 6.7 Ovary
7: Middle and Lower Gastrointestinal Tract7.1 Adhesiolysis; 7.2 Small Bowel Atresia; 7.3 Intussusception; 7.4 Meckel's Diverticulum; 7.5 Appendectomy; 7.5.1 Classic Three-Trocar Technique (Fig.  7.14); 7.5.2 "Single-Trocar" Technique (Fig.  7.15); 7.6 Sigmoid Resection; 7.6.1 Laparoscopic Part; 7.6.2 Perineal Part; 7.7 Rectopexy; 7.8 Anal Atresia; Index
Summary: When Laparoscopy in Children was first published in 2003, it quickly became popular with pediatric surgeons worldwide owing to its clear schematic drawings and concise text. This new edition has been revised and enlarged to cover the new procedures and other advances that have emerged in the intervening period, during which the number of operations has almost doubled. Now, the vast majority of indications for laparoscopy in children are presented and discussed. Each operation is systematically described and illustrated step by step, providing the reader with the technical guidelines required t
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Preface; Contents; 1: Equipment, Children, Anesthesia, Gas Embolism; 1.1 Equipment; 1.2 Children; 1.3 Anesthesia; 1.4 Gas Embolism; 2: Technical Basics: Insufflation, Trocar Insertion, Instruments, Needle Insertion, Suturing, Ligating; 2.1 Insufflation (1); 2.1.1 When Starting Insufflation with a 5-mm Trocar; 2.2 Insufflation (2); 2.2.1 When Starting Insufflation with a 2-mm Trocar; 2.3 Trocar Insertion; 2.4 Instruments; 2.5 Needle Insertion; 2.6 Suturing; 2.7 Ligating; 3: Thoracoscopic Procedures; 3.1 Esophageal Atresia; 3.2 H-Fistula; 3.3 Diaphragmatic Hernia; 3.4 Lung Biopsy

3.5 Pneumothorax3.6 Sympathectomy; 4: Upper Abdomen; 4.1 Achalasia (Heller Myotomy); 4.2 Fundoplication (360° Nissen); 4.3 Eventration of the Diaphragm; 4.4 Splenectomy; 4.5 Spleen Cyst (Technically Identical to Liver Cysts); 4.6 Liver Biopsy; 5: Right Upper Abdomen; 5.1 Pyloromyotomy; 5.2 Biliary Atresia; 5.3 Cholecystectomy; 5.4 Cholecystotomy; 5.5 Choledochal Cyst; 5.6 Duodenal Atresia; 6: Urogenital Procedures; 6.1 Cryptorchidism; 6.2 Orchiopexy; 6.3 Inguinal Hernia; 6.4 Varicocele; 6.5 Urachal Cyst; 6.6 Pyeloplasty; 6.6.1 Purely Laparoscopic; 6.6.2 Laparoscopy Assisted; 6.7 Ovary

7: Middle and Lower Gastrointestinal Tract7.1 Adhesiolysis; 7.2 Small Bowel Atresia; 7.3 Intussusception; 7.4 Meckel's Diverticulum; 7.5 Appendectomy; 7.5.1 Classic Three-Trocar Technique (Fig.  7.14); 7.5.2 "Single-Trocar" Technique (Fig.  7.15); 7.6 Sigmoid Resection; 7.6.1 Laparoscopic Part; 7.6.2 Perineal Part; 7.7 Rectopexy; 7.8 Anal Atresia; Index

When Laparoscopy in Children was first published in 2003, it quickly became popular with pediatric surgeons worldwide owing to its clear schematic drawings and concise text. This new edition has been revised and enlarged to cover the new procedures and other advances that have emerged in the intervening period, during which the number of operations has almost doubled. Now, the vast majority of indications for laparoscopy in children are presented and discussed. Each operation is systematically described and illustrated step by step, providing the reader with the technical guidelines required t

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Felix Schier, M.D trained in Basel/Switzerland and Boston/USA. 1987 Professor of Pediatric Surgery in Berlin. 1993 President of the German Academy of Pediatric Surgery. 1994 Professor and Head of the Department of Pediatric Surgery, University of Jena, Germany. Head of the Department of Pediatric Surgery, University Medical Centre Mainz, Germany. Worldwide known as a pioneer of pediatric laparoscopy in children. An advocate of the smallest possible laparoscopic instruments, especially in newborns. Also an advocate of close professional relationships with the specialities of adult surgery.

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