Laparoscopic Anatomy of Pelvis by Dr R K Mishra

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This video demonstrate Laparoscopic Pelvic Anatomy by Dr R K Mishra. The abdominal cavity is traditionally divided into nine regions. Regardless of the quadrants chosen for laparoscopic access, thorough knowledge of the relevant surface anatomy increases patient safety during laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopic surgery is a safe and effective option for many patients, provided the surgeon knows the relevant anatomic landmarks and variations created by obesity, prior surgery, and aberrant anatomy. pelvic anatomy visualized two-dimensionally under magnification during traditional laparoscopy can look very different than it does during conventional surgery, due to the effects of the pneumoperitoneum, steep Trendelenburg position, and/or the use of uterine manipulators.

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