Abdominal pain in patients with previous abdominal surgery should be carefully evaluated as they may need surgery for its treatment. Cases of previous RYGBP should be carefully assessed as etiology is multiple. Small bowel occlusion is the most common cause in these patients. A combination of high clinical suspicion, prompt diagnosis, and treatment may avoid severe complications such as intestinal ischemia, perforation, peritonitis and sepsis.
The 2016 AIS Summer Event was once again a huge success in terms of audience. Thousands and thousands of colorectal surgeons from 99 countries logged in and watched the entire event live. Once again, AIS Channel is consolidating it self as the most innovative and popular digital tool in surgical education, through its approach of providing the entire global medical community with the best training.
Strategy for a super obese patient with a previous sleeve gastrectomy and weight regain after a good weight loss
Evolution in surgery is a result of a mix of imagination, intelligence, curiosity and a constant search for excellence. In this lecture one of the leading surgeons involved in the evolution of the transanal approach explains his experience with the development of the technique.