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Anatomical Changes During Laparoscopic Procedures

https://doi.org/10.24060/2076-3093-2019-9-4-317-319

Abstract

Determining the exact sizes of anatomical structures play a very important today in laparoscopic surgery. This makes it possible to make a correct selection of gauges of instruments needed, prosthetic materials, and to make decisions regarding the further strategy of the surgical procedure. The device developed at the clinic has proven itself in everyday clinical practices. It is currently used in laparoscopic operations for hiatal hernias, choledoch measurements in patients with choledocholithiasis, stomach stump size measurements during the resection in patients with morbid obesity. The presented clinical case serves to confirm that obtaining objective data in video endoscopic surgery makes it possible to choose the optimal treatment strategy.

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Galimov O.V., Khanov V.O., Saifullin R.R., Galimov D.O., Karimov M.А. Anatomical Changes During Laparoscopic Procedures. Creative surgery and oncology. 2019;9(4):317-319. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24060/2076-3093-2019-9-4-317-319

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About the Authors

O. V. Galimov
Bashkir State Medical University
Russian Federation

Galimov Oleg Vladimirovich — Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Surgical Diseases and New Technologies with the Course of Additional Professional Education

3 Lenin str., Ufa, 450008



V. O. Khanov
Bashkir State Medical University
Russian Federation

Khanov Vladislav Olegovich — Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of Surgical Diseases and New Technologies with the Course of Additional Professional Education

3 Lenin str., Ufa, 450008



R. R. Saifullin
Bashkir State Medical University; Bashkir State Medical University Clinic
Russian Federation

Saifullin Rustam Rashitovich — Surgeon, Post-graduate student of the Department of Surgical Diseases and New Technologies with the Course of Additional Professional Education

3 Lenin str., Ufa, 450008;
2 Shafiev str., Ufa, 450083



D. O. Galimov
Bashkir State Medical University
Russian Federation

Galimov Dmitry Olegovich — Student

3 Lenin str., Ufa, 450008



M. А. Karimov
Bashkir State Medical University
Russian Federation

Karimov Marat Аkhmadovich — Resident of the Department of Surgical Diseases and New Technologies with the Course of Additional Professional Education

3 Lenin str., Ufa, 450008



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1. Video 1. Determination of the diameter of the esophageal hiatus
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2. Video 2. Control measurement of the reconstructed esophageal hiatus
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Galimov O.V., Khanov V.O., Saifullin R.R., Galimov D.O., Karimov M.А. Anatomical Changes During Laparoscopic Procedures. Creative surgery and oncology. 2019;9(4):317-319. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24060/2076-3093-2019-9-4-317-319

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