Archive | December, 2015

Fig. 1 The cannula is kept steady by the 3 mm grasper and pierced by the needle.

Minimally invasive Morgagni-Larrey hernia repair in children: a new and simple trick in suturing technique

  ABSTRACT Background: Literature is littered with descriptions of the minimally invasive repair of  Morgagni-Larrey hernias in children. However, there are few reports about the diaphragmatic defect suture. The aim of this study is to describe a simplified trick to perform a simple and safe suturing technique. Methods: 2 children with left Morgagni-Larrey hernia underwent […]

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Primary laparoscopic excision of benign mature retroperitoneal teratoma

ABSTRACT Introduction: Retroperitoneum is the third most common extragonadal site for occurrence of teratoma in children, after sacrococcygeal region and gonadal sites. Although many authors have previously reported laparoscopic removal of benign retroperitoneal teratoma in adults, the experience in pediatric setting is extremely limited. Material and methods: We report our experience with laparoscopic excision of a […]

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