Laparoscopic Right Colectomy - Medial to Lateral
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Laparoscopic Right Colectomy - Medial to Lateral

This Laparoscopic Right Colectomy – Medial to Lateral course will teach you:

  • To laparoscopically resect the ascending colon, including a part of the distal ileum, cecum, hepatic flexure and the part proximal to the mid-transverse colon.

Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during the Laparoscopic Right Colectomy – Medial to Lateral:

  • Abdominal organ injury
  • Postoperative hemorrhage
  • Autonomic nerve plexus injury
  • Duodenal injury
  • Kidney injury
  • Duodenal injury
  • Development of two dissection planes
  • Insufficient mobilization of the ileum
  • Interrupted blood flow of the anastomoses
  • Incomplete bowel incision for introduction of the stapling device

With the following tips you might perform the Laparoscopic Right Colectomy – Medial to Lateral even better:

  • Extra trocar placement
  • Trocar introduction
  • Exposure of the lower abdomen
  • Tumor marking
  • Identification of the ileocolic artery
  • Variation of the ileocolic artery and middle colic artery
  • Incising the peritoneum
  • Traction on the dissection plane
  • Evaluation of dissection plane
  • Transection of middle colic artery
  • Greater omentum dissection
  • Ascending colon mobilization
  • Immediate specimen removal
  • Antiperistaltic anastomosis creation
  • Determination of sufficient anastomotic blood flow
  • Fixation of bowel ends
  • Introduction of the stapling device
  • Optimal closing of stapler introduction sides
  • Usage of wound protector or endobag

After studying this Laparoscopic Right Colectomy – Medial to Lateral course you are familiar with the most common complications:

  • Ureteral injury
  • Postoperative ileus
  • Anastomotic leakage

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Open Right Colectomy – Medial to Lateral

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Anatomy – Colon

Step by step

Abdominal cavity approach

Skin

Mark

Mark the skin at the following places: just caudal to the umbilicus; one hand with left to the umbilicus and on the left lower abdomen, just cranial to the anterior superior iliac spine and suprapubically according to a Pfannenstiel incision.

Extra trocar placement

If an extra trocar is required during the procedure, this may be introduced either suprapubically, in line with the Pfannenstiel incision or subxiphoid, in midline.

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