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colecistectomy laparoscopy

O A Castillo, M Díaz, L Arellano
INTRODUCTION: primary hyperaldosteronism is one of the few potentially curable causes of secondary arterial hypertension. One of the most important variants is the adenoma of the adrenal cortex that produces aldosterona (Conn's Syndrome). The treatment of choice in this subgroup of patients was the removal of the lesion. An initial series of patients with aldosteronoma subjected to partial laparoscopic adrenalectomy is presented. MATERIALS AND METHOD: We examined the case selection and methods applied to hypertensive patients subjected to partial laparoscopic adrenalectomy between November 2001 and March 2004 due to primary hyperaldosteronism...
February 2011: Actas Urologicas Españolas
G Comparetto, M Petronio, G Pagano, F Ubaldi
The treatment of pelvic adhesions has been the first and more successful indication for operative laparoscopy. Frequently this intervention is the first step of others laparoscopic procedures. The different modalities of these interventions, i.e. by electrocautery or by scissor, or by laser are discussed. Among indications of operative laparoscopy for pelvic pathology the treatment of endometrial implants has been considered. In this paper less frequent indications for operative laparoscopy as pelvic abscess, or complementary operation as appendicectomy and colecistectomy are also discussed...
September 1992: Acta Europaea Fertilitatis
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