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Isabel BORREGO

Fundación Jiménez Díaz
Madrid, Spain
MD
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Retroperitoneal laparoscopic para-aortic lymphadenectomy: stage IIB cervical carcinoma
This video demonstrates a retroperitoneal para-aortic lymphadenectomy for stage IIB epidermoid cervical carcinoma. This procedure allows to identify patients who should undergo extended field radiotherapy. The intervention is pursued with the dissection of the lympho-adipose tissue situated in the following anatomical boundaries: ureters and psoas muscles laterally, the iliac artery bifurcation —lower limit— and the left renal vein —superior limit. A diagnostic laparoscopy is first performed to rule out metastasis. A 10mm, 0-degree scope is used. An umbilical Hasson trocar is placed to explore the abdominal cavity. A left McBurney’s incision is then made, and the retroperitoneal space is created digitally. The Hasson trocar is placed with a 10mm balloon through the anterior incision. Two additional ports are placed in the anterior axillary line, a 12mm one and a 5mm one. The 5mm Ligasure™ V device and a grasping forceps are used throughout the whole intervention. At the end of the procedure, the lympho-adipose tissue is extracted using an Endobag through an enlarged peritoneal opening.
H Di Fiore, O Martínez, I Pérez, I Borrego, A Cristóbal
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7 years ago
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Retroperitoneal laparoscopic para-aortic lymphadenectomy: stage IIB cervical carcinoma
This video demonstrates a retroperitoneal para-aortic lymphadenectomy for stage IIB epidermoid cervical carcinoma. This procedure allows to identify patients who should undergo extended field radiotherapy. The intervention is pursued with the dissection of the lympho-adipose tissue situated in the following anatomical boundaries: ureters and psoas muscles laterally, the iliac artery bifurcation —lower limit— and the left renal vein —superior limit. A diagnostic laparoscopy is first performed to rule out metastasis. A 10mm, 0-degree scope is used. An umbilical Hasson trocar is placed to explore the abdominal cavity. A left McBurney’s incision is then made, and the retroperitoneal space is created digitally. The Hasson trocar is placed with a 10mm balloon through the anterior incision. Two additional ports are placed in the anterior axillary line, a 12mm one and a 5mm one. The 5mm Ligasure™ V device and a grasping forceps are used throughout the whole intervention. At the end of the procedure, the lympho-adipose tissue is extracted using an Endobag through an enlarged peritoneal opening.