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Most of the time, we do the appendectomies laparoscopically, which involves usually three incisions that are half an inch to an inch in length. We go in and we detach the appendix, and we remove it through those little trocars. Many times, patients can go home right away or they
I’m Cornelia and I had a laparoscopic appendectomy. I’m a model and an actress. The day after, we were planning to do a music video, in a bikini out on the beach. So, we had to postpone that one week. But I was actually able to do that, the week
– I am the chief of bariatric surgery and I run a program that specializes in minimally invasive surgery. We treat patients for surgical weight loss. We also treat patients who have had complications with surgical weight loss. We treat hernias, both simple, routine, common, every day hernias and very
Hello. Welcome back. Today, we’re going to talk about one of my favorite topics as a surgeon, appendicitis, in the module of the acute abdomen. A patient comes to the emergency department and holds the lower abdomen. I wonder to myself, what’s wrong with this patient. Let’s start with the
Murphy’s Sign Ask the patient to exhale, while palpating the gall bladder area, medial to the mid-clavicular line. Now instruct the patient to take a deep breath so the gall bladder is pushed down, and against the examiner’s fingertips, as the lungs expand. If cholecystitis is present, the patient will
Hello. Welcome back. Today, in this module of acute abdomen, we’re going to discuss some general principles. Let’s start with a clinical scenario. Imagine yourself in the emergency department. You’re seeing a 35-year old man who presents to the emergency department with three days of crampy abdominal pain and diarrhea.
What imaging modality would you like to pursue for further diagnosis of appendicitis or the right lower quadrant abdominal pain? I would like to point to the audience that if the findings are classic both historically and physical, there’s no need for further imaging studies. However, if you need to