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Operative Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Surgery

1st Edition

Edited by Daniel B. Jones, Steven Schwaitzberg, M.D.

CRC Press

748 pages | 453 Color Illus. | 99 B/W Illus.

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This is a new reference edited by two leading authorities in the field of minimally invasive surgery that differentiates itself from other similar titles by providing a stronger emphasis on incorporating newer technologies. The book discussed the incorporation of flexible endoscopy into surgical practice, harvesting the expertise of gastroenterologists and surgical endoscopists. It also discusses minimally invasive operative procedures such as laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy.

Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Contributors

SECTION I: MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY IN THE MODERN HEALTH CARE ENVIRONMENT

1. Cost implications in minimally invasive surgery

Christopher M. Schlachta and Janet Martin

2. Enhanced recovery programs in minimally invasive surgery

Nicolò Pecorelli and Liane S. Feldman

SECTION II: FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPY

3. Training and privileging surgeons and gastroenterologists in endoscopy

Judy Wang and Brian J. Dunkin

4. Anesthetic challenges in the gastrointestinal suites

Sheila Ryan Barnett

5. Diagnostic upper gastrointestinal endoscopy

Jaclyn Weirzbicki, Adam Reid, I. Bulent Cetindag, Aman Ali, and John D. Mellinger

6. Diagnostic upper endoscopy II: Endoscopic ultrasound

Vaibhav Wadhwa and Douglas Pleskow

7. Dilatation and stenting

Matthew R. Pittman and Dean J. Mikami

8. Therapeutic upper endoscopy II: Treatment of Barrett esophagus

Boris Kiriazov and Vic Velanovich

9. Therapeutic upper endoscopy III: Treatment of gastroesophageal reflux

Edward L. Jones, Kyle A. Perry, and Jeffrey W. Hazey

10. Endoscopic mucosal resection, endoscopic submucosal dissection, and endoscopic full-thickness resection in the upper gastrointestinal tract

D. Tami Yamashita and James Ellsmere

11. Endoscopic procedures for morbid obesity

Austin L. Chiang and Marvin Ryou

12. Therapeutic upper endoscopy VI: Revisional bariatric techniques—Suturing, scleraltherapy

Hans F. Fuchs, Cristina R. Harnsberger, and Garth R. Jacobsen

13. Therapeutic upper endoscopy VII: Management of perforations and fistula

Eleanor C. Fung and Dean J. Mikami

14. Therapeutic upper endoscopy VIII: Management of upper gastrointestinal bleeding

Robert Gianotti and Tyler Berzin

15. Diagnostic lower endoscopy I

Douglas Horst

16. Lower endoscopy therapeutic dilation and stenting

David E. Beck

17. Transanal endoscopic microsurgery

John H. Marks and Jean F. Salem

18. Transanal minimally invasive surgery

Justin J. Kelly, John P. Burke, and Matthew R. Albert

19. Diagnostic lower endoscopy

Eleanor C. Fung

20. Endoscopic procedures of the pancreas for complications of pancreatitis

Ajaypal Singh and Andres Gelrud

21. Endoscopic procedures of the biliary tree

Jeffrey M. Marks and Ping Pan

22. Endoscopy assistance in laparoscopic technique

Morris E. Franklin Jr. and Miguel A. Hernandez

SECTION III: NATURAL ORIFICE SURGERY

23. Transvaginal access for natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery

Kurt Eric Roberts and Stephanie G. Wood

24. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy

Jeffrey L. Ponsky and Avery C. Capone

25. Peroral endoscopic myotomy (POEM) for achalasia

Paul Colavita and Lee L. Swanstrom

26. Transvaginal cholecystectomy

Bill Ran Luo and Eric S. Hungness

27. Transvaginal appendectomy

Kurt Eric Roberts and Stephanie G. Wood

28. Natural orifice surgery: Colectomy

Christy E. Cauley and Patricia Sylla

SECTION IV: PREPARATION FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

29. Telementoring in minimally invasive surgery

Ian Choy and Allan Okrainec

30. Objective metrics in the simulation of minimally invasive surgery

Yusuke Watanabe, Elif Bilgic, Amin Madani, and Melina C. Vassiliou

31. Virtual reality simulation in minimally invasive surgery

Suvranu De

32. Training and credentialing in laparoscopy, including the Fundamental Use of Surgical Energy

Michael A. Russo, Shawn T. Tsuda, and Daniel J. Scott

33. Measuring quality in minimally invasive surgery

Elan R. Witkowski and Matthew M. Hutter

34. How the commitment to patient safety impacts operative practice in minimally invasive surgery

Eric Luedke, Dan Azagury, and John Morton

35. Three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography in minimally invasive cardiac surgery

Mario Montealegre-Gallegos and Feroze Mahmood

36. The impact of skills warm-up in minimally invasive surgery

James C. Rosser, Jr., Scott Furer, and Neesha Patel

37. The role of mental training in minimally invasive surgery

Armando Rosales and Raul J. Rosenthal

38. The ergonomic minimally invasive surgical/endoscopy suite

H. Reza Zahiri and Adrian E. Park

39. Energy sources in minimally invasive surgery

Amin Madani and Sharon L. Bachman

40. Anesthesia for laparoscopy: What does a surgeon need to know?

Cindy M. Ku and Stephanie B. Jones

SECTION V: ACCESS AND IMAGING IN MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

41. Access in minimally invasive surgery

Margaret E. Clark and Robert B. Lim

42. Single port and reduced port access

Benjamin Sadowitz, Alexander Rosemurgy, and Sharona Ross

43. Diagnostic laparoscopy for benign and malignant disease

Rita A. Brintzenhoff, William S. Richardson, and Dimitrios Stefanidis

44. Laparoscopic ultrasound in surgery

Maurice E. Arregui and Piyush Aggarwal

45. Three-dimensional printing development and medical applications

Feroze Mahmood and Daniel B. Jones

SECTION VI: MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF ESOPHAGEAL DISEASE

46. Anatomic and physiologic tests of esophageal function

Joel M. Sternbach and Eric S. Hungness

47. 360° Fundo

Patrick Reardon

48. Laparoscopic partial fundoplication

Alex P. Nagle and Kenric M. Murayama

49. Laparoscopic placement of external magnetic antireflux ring

Yulia Zak and Ozanan Meireles

50. Laparoscopic antireflux esophageal lengthening procedure

Leena Khaitan and Abel Bello

51. Laparoscopic repair of paraesophageal hernia

C. Daniel Smith

52. Reoperative surgery after fundoplication

Carmen L. Mueller, Lorenzo E. Ferri, and Gerald M. Fried

53. Laparoscopic treatment of achalasia

Brian M. Nguyen and Jonathan F. Critchlow

54. Robotic approach to achalasia

Alberto S. Gallo and Santiago Horgan

55. Laparoscopic treatment of esophageal diverticula

Sarah E. Billmeier and Thadeus L. Trus

56. Laparoscopic transhiatal esophagectomy for curative intent

Moshim Kukar and Steven N. Hochwald

57. Minimally invasive Ivor Lewis method for resection of esophageal cancer

John-Paul Bellistri and W. Scott Melvin

SECTION VII: MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF GASTRIC DISEASE

58. Peptic ulcer disease

Henry Lin

59. Resection of nonadenomatous gastric tumors

Jason K. Sicklick, Michele L. Babicky, and Ronald P. DeMatteo

60. Laparoscopic resection for treatment of gastric cancer

Tsuyoshi Etoh, Hajime Fujishima, and Seigo Kitano

61. The laparoscopic placement of feeding tubes

Jaisa Olasky

SECTION VIII: LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF MORBID OBESITY

62. The impact of obesity epidemic: Relationship between body mass index and 30-day mortality risk

Sara A. Hennessy and Bruce D. Schirmer

63. Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding

Bradley F. Schwack and Jaime Ponce

64. Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass

David Spector and Scott Shikora

65. Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy

Jihui Li, Emanuele Lo Menzo, Samuel Szomstein, and Raul J. Rosenthal

66. Laparoscopic management of bariatric surgery complications

Sungsoo Park, Hana Alhomoud, Emanuele Lo Menzo, and Raul J. Rosenthal

67. Laparoscopic reoperative bariatric surgery

Natan Zundel, Santiago Rodriguez, and Juan D. Hernandez

68. Video-assisted thoracoscopic vagotomy for marginal ulcers

Caroline Park and Sidhu Gangadharan

69. Intragastric balloon

Alfredo Genco and Ilaria Ernesti

SECTION IX: MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF HEPATOBILIARY DISEASE

70. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy and intraoperative biliary imaging

Robert D. Fanelli, Thomas J. VanderMeer, and Brandon D. Andrew

71. Laparoscopic common bile duct exploration

Ezra N. Teitelbaum and Nathaniel J. Soper

72. Laparoscopic left hepatectomy

Yasushi Hasegawa and Go Wakabayashi

73. Totally laparoscopic right hepatectomy

David Fuks and Brice Gayet

74. Laparoscopic hepatectomy: The Glissonian approach

Marcel Autran Cesar Machado

75. Ablative treatment of liver tumors

Pascal R. Fuchshuber, John B. Martinie, and David A. Iannitti

76. Robotic approach to hepatic resections

Susanne Warner and Yuman Fong

77. Laparoscopic staging for pancreatic malignancy

Ammara A. Watkins and Mark P. Callery

78. Robot-assisted minimally invasive pancreaticoduodenectomy

Alessandra Storino, Tara S. Kent, and A. James Moser

79. Laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy (Whipple)

Ruchir Puri, John A. Stauffer, and Horacio J. Asbun

80. Laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy

Omar Yusef Kudsi, Lerna Ozcan, and Michel Gagner

81. Laparoscopic surgery of the spleen

Namir Katkhouda, Vivian Pham, and Kulmeet Sandhu

SECTION X: MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPROACH TO ENDOCRINE DISEASE

82. Laparoscopic adrenalectomy

Jesse D. Pasternak and Quan-Yang Duh

83. Endoscopic approaches to the thyroid and parathyroid glands

Hyunsuk Suh and William B. Inabnet III

84. Laparoscopic resection of endocrine pancreatic neoplasms

Cherif Boutros and John A. Olson Jr.

SECTION XI: MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPROACH TO DISEASE OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT

85. Laparoscopic treatment of diseases of the small bowel

Jeffrey N. Harr and Fred Brody

86. Laparoscopic surgery of the appendix

Eric Balent and Robert B. Lim

87. Laparoscopic surgery for benign disease of the colon: Diverticulitis

Ali Linsk Butash and Ketan Sheth

88. Laparoscopic resection for carcinoma of the colon

Jared Wong and James Fleshman

89. Laparoscopic total mesorectal excision

Yuliya Yurko and Tonia M. Young-Fadok

90. Laparoscopic treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

Daniel Shouhed, Gustavo Fernandez-Ranvier, and Barry Salky

91. Robotics in colon and rectal surgery

Deborah M. Nagle

92. Hand-assisted colectomy techniques

Peter W. Marcello

93. Minimally invasive therapies for fecal incontinence

Isacco Montroni, Claire E. Peeples, and Steven D. Wexner

SECTION XII: LAPAROSCOPIC APPROACH TO INGUINAL AND ABDOMINAL WALL HERNIA

94. Laparoscopic totally extraperitoneal hernia repair

Edward L. Felix

94A Technique of transanal-assisted colon resection and rectopexy

Karl-Hermann Fuchs, Wolfram Breithaupt, Gabor Varga, Kai Neki, Rebeca Dominguez Profeta, and Santiago Horgan

95. Laparoscopic transabdominal preperitoneal inguinal hernia repair

Brian Jacob and Alexandra Argiroff

96. Laparoscopic component separation

Russell C. Kirks, Jr. and David A. Iannitti

97. Biomaterial considerations in laparoscopic hernia repair

Brent D. Matthews

98. Laparoscopic incisional and ventral hernia repair

Bruce J. Ramshaw, Lisa A. Cunningham, and H. Charles Peters

99. Robotic transabdominal preperitoneal inguinal hernia repair

Fahri Gokcal and Omar Yusef Kudsi

100. Robotic ventral hernia repair

Fahri Gokcal and Omar Yusef Kudsi

101. Laparoscopic repair of recurrent inguinal hernia

Brandice Durkan and Edward H. Phillips

102. Laparoscopic repair of sports hernia

L. Michael Brunt

103. Laparoscopic robotics

Omar Yusef Kudsi, Anthony Gonzalez, Zachary McCabe, and Ernesto Dominguez

SECTION XIII: THORACOSCOPY

104. Thoracoscopic surgery of the mediastinum and esophagus

Nassrene Y. Elmadhun and Michael Kent

105. Video-assisted thoracic surgery lobectomy

Alessandro Brunelli and Tim Batchelor

SECTION XIV: OTHER MINIMALLY INVASIVE ABDOMINAL/RETROPERITONEAL PROCEDURES

106. The role of robotics in minimally invasive urologic surgery

Ostap Dovirak and Andrew A. Wagner

107. Laparoscopic nephrectomy for malignancy

Aaron Lay and Jeffrey A. Cadeddu

108. Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy

Daniel M. Herron

109. Laparoscopic approaches to aortic vascular disease

Konstantinos S. Mylonas and Konstantinos P. Economopoulos

110. Laparoscopic median arcuate ligament release

William S. Richardson and James Wooldridge

111. Minimally invasive approach to retroperitoneal collections in necrotizing pancreatitis

Pieter Timmerman, Marc G.H. Besselink, and Karen D. Horvath

SECTION XV: PEDIATRIC LAPAROSCOPY AND ENDOSCOPY

112. Pediatric laparoscopy: General considerations

Sebastian K. King and Jacob C. Langer

113. Laparoscopic hernia repair in children

David H. Rothstein and Carroll M. Harmon

114. Laparoscopic treatment of reflux in children

Steven Rothenberg

115. Laparoscopic treatment of benign gastrointestinal disease in children

Brian T. Bucher and Gretchen P. Jackson

SECTION XVI: IMAGE GUIDED SURGERY

116. Surgical procedures performed in radiology suites

Kinga A. Powers and Kelley Whitmer

117. Augmented reality

Michele Diana, Luc Soler, Stéphane Nicolau, and Jacques Marescaux

SECTION XVII: ESSAY ON ISSUES IN MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

118. The challenges and solutions of performing minimally invasive surgery in underdeveloped environments

Raymond R. Price and Adewale O. Adisa

119. Essay: The future of robotics in minimally invasive surgery

Crystal Krause, Songita Choudhury, and Dmitry Oleynikov

120. Essays on the future of endoscopic surgery: Redefining, future training, and credentialing pathways

Aurora D. Pryor

Index

About the Editors

Daniel B. Jones MD, is a professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, vice chair of Surgery at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Steven D. Schwaitzberg MD FACS, is professor of Surgery SUNY Buffalo, chair of surgery SUNY Buffalo Medical Center, Buffalo, New York, USA

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED033000
MEDICAL / Gynecology & Obstetrics
MED085000
MEDICAL / Surgery / General