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Videosurgery and Other Miniinvasive Techniques
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vol. 13
 
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abstract:
Case report

Minimally invasive techniques and indocyanine angiography in anterior abdominal wall reconstruction after multiple laparotomies

Tomasz Buczek, Wiesław Tarnowski, Marcin Kuriata, Maciej Śmietański

Videosurgery Miniinv 2018; 13 (3): 412–416
Online publish date: 2018/05/25
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Anterior abdominal wall reconstruction surgery in patients who have undergone multiple laparotomies is associated with a high risk of complications. For this reason, minimally invasive surgery techniques are used to avoid abdominal compartment syndrome, to enhance wound healing and to reduce postoperative pain and blood loss. This paper presents a case of a patient who was admitted to the Department of General Surgery in Puck Hospital as a result of extensive anterior abdominal wall deformation with an end descending colostomy. A single-stage procedure was performed: specifically, digestive tract reconstruction followed by anterior abdominal wall reconstruction using intraoperative angiography of indocyanine green in infrared light.
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strip binding technique, anterior wall reconstruction, minimally invasive techniques, ICG, Ramirez

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