Event Title

Simultaneous Laparoscopic Treatment of Gallblader and Left Kidney Cysts

Session

Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Description

We report our experience with laparoscopic simultaneous cystic treatment the left kidney and the gall bladder, we appreciate the possibility of this technique and highlight the advantages of this intervention. Our institutional database was checked by the protocol of recording the simultaneous operation of the left ventricular laparoscopic cysts (2 cysts with 6x6 cm) and laparoscopic cholecystectomy on 10.02.2010. Cystic cysts are operated with retroperitoneal approach. We have data on postoperative results regarding final pathology, complications and hospital stay. Presentation of a 75-year-old patient operated with laparoscopic surgery of 2 left renal cysts combined with cholecystectomy. The kidney cyst surgery consisted of laparoscopic excision of most of the cystic wall near its 75% and remains only the part of the adjacent kidney wall. First, four-door collars (2 x 10mm and 2 x 5 mm) are operated. Then the patient is reversed in the right arm and retroperitoneal approach is operated with laparoscopic in 2 left renal cysts in size 6x6 cm. The duration of the kidney operation was 52 minutes and the laparoscopic time of cholecystectomy was 45 minutes. The drain of the cyst flask is removed after 24 hours. The hospital stay was 24 hours. The patient even after 8 years is in good health.The combination of laparoscopic kidney cyst surgery and laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a viable, efficient and safe operating intervention that requires close co-operation between urologists and general surgeons. This approach provides the patient with the benefits of minimal invasive surgery together with the obvious advantages of simultaneous treatment of coexisting pathologies.

Keywords:

Kidney cyst, Gallblader, Laparoscopy

Session Chair

Xhevat Pllana

Session Co-Chair

Dafina Gexha Bunjaku

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 1:30 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.376

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Simultaneous Laparoscopic Treatment of Gallblader and Left Kidney Cysts

Pristina, Kosovo

We report our experience with laparoscopic simultaneous cystic treatment the left kidney and the gall bladder, we appreciate the possibility of this technique and highlight the advantages of this intervention. Our institutional database was checked by the protocol of recording the simultaneous operation of the left ventricular laparoscopic cysts (2 cysts with 6x6 cm) and laparoscopic cholecystectomy on 10.02.2010. Cystic cysts are operated with retroperitoneal approach. We have data on postoperative results regarding final pathology, complications and hospital stay. Presentation of a 75-year-old patient operated with laparoscopic surgery of 2 left renal cysts combined with cholecystectomy. The kidney cyst surgery consisted of laparoscopic excision of most of the cystic wall near its 75% and remains only the part of the adjacent kidney wall. First, four-door collars (2 x 10mm and 2 x 5 mm) are operated. Then the patient is reversed in the right arm and retroperitoneal approach is operated with laparoscopic in 2 left renal cysts in size 6x6 cm. The duration of the kidney operation was 52 minutes and the laparoscopic time of cholecystectomy was 45 minutes. The drain of the cyst flask is removed after 24 hours. The hospital stay was 24 hours. The patient even after 8 years is in good health.The combination of laparoscopic kidney cyst surgery and laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a viable, efficient and safe operating intervention that requires close co-operation between urologists and general surgeons. This approach provides the patient with the benefits of minimal invasive surgery together with the obvious advantages of simultaneous treatment of coexisting pathologies.