In laparosopy lesions due to dissection can involve the common bile duct during laporoscopic cholecystectomy, aesophogus during surgery for gastroaesophageal reflux disease, bowel during adhesiolysis, sigmoid colon and urethers during gynecologic surgery. Lesions due to electrocoutery involve common bile duct, pyloric ond duodenal region, aesophago-gastric junction, bowel loops, sigdmoidcòlon and urethers. Burns due to electrocautery and acute necrosis of the involves tissue, with subsent possibilility of biliary peritonitis, digestive fistulae and hemorrhage. A superficial burn can subsequently involve towards a common bile duct structure One of the most rare and dramatic iatrogenic lesions during laparoscopic cholecystectomy is represend by injury of aorto-iliac vessels.

Surgical repair of iliac artery injury occurred during laparoscopy cholecistectomy

VECCHIONI, Roberto;BAGGIO, Elda;MAZZILLI, Giulio;SCURO, Alberto;
1996

Abstract

In laparosopy lesions due to dissection can involve the common bile duct during laporoscopic cholecystectomy, aesophogus during surgery for gastroaesophageal reflux disease, bowel during adhesiolysis, sigmoid colon and urethers during gynecologic surgery. Lesions due to electrocoutery involve common bile duct, pyloric ond duodenal region, aesophago-gastric junction, bowel loops, sigdmoidcòlon and urethers. Burns due to electrocautery and acute necrosis of the involves tissue, with subsent possibilility of biliary peritonitis, digestive fistulae and hemorrhage. A superficial burn can subsequently involve towards a common bile duct structure One of the most rare and dramatic iatrogenic lesions during laparoscopic cholecystectomy is represend by injury of aorto-iliac vessels.
Laparoscopy; artery injury; surgical repair
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