ANASTOMOSIS TECHNIQUES: RESTORING CONTINUITY AFTER RESECTION

A surgical anastomosis refers to joining together two hollow organs, usually to restore continuity after resection. There are many different ways and techniques to successfully perform an anastomosis. Dr. Steven Schwaitzberg, Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, a renowned expert in laparoscopy, analyzes the basic principles for a safe anastomosis as well as […]

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