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  • 2012-12-04

How to improve exposure in laparoscopy: organ suspension with the T-Lift™ device

Epublication WebSurg.com, Dec 2012;12(12). URL:
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Organ suspension using a T-lift™ device is a simple method to enhance exposure in laparoscopic surgery, providing adequate vision and operating space and allowing the assistant to focus on helping the surgeon, thus reducing operative times, without the need for difficult intra-abdominal needle manipulation as well as the risk of bowel and vascular injury associated with that approach. Several examples of organ suspension with the T-lift™ are demonstrated in this video, including suspension of the ovaries, sigmoid colon or vagina in simple procedures, as well as in more complex procedures, for instance by holding the anterior rectal wall for bowel resection with transanal specimen extraction.