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Technical aspects of well-established procedure

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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Laparo-Assisted Treatment of Intestinal Atresia: a single center experience

Introduction The Jejuno – ileal atresia is the most usual cause of congenital intestinal occlusion in newborns and the duodenal atresia is the most usual cause of high bowel obstruction in the neonatal period (1). In most cases, prenatal diagnosis is possible thanks to ultrasound monitoring of the pregnancies. Early diagnosis together with the neonatal […]

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Fig.1: Pyloromyotomy throught the umbilical excission

Single port laparoscopic assisted pyloromyotomy: our experience

Background Ramstedt pyloromyotomy is the procedure of choice for infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis; however, the best way to approach the pylorus is debated. Recent literature reports many comparisons between various open and laparoscopic approaches. The purpose of this experience is to show a new approach to infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis: single-port, laparoscopic-assisted pyloromyotomy.

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