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Laparoscopic colon surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure with which the surgeon can take out portions of the colon using a few small incisionsA CT scan may help provide information to help plan port placement and the approach for the operation Many different procedures can be performed and therefore many factors determine the

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Are You a Candidate for Laparoscopic Colon Resection Although laparoscopic colon resection has many benefits it may not be appropriate for some patients Obtain a thorough evaluation by a surgeon qualified in laparoscopic colon resection in consultation with your primary care physician to find out if the technique is appropriate for your

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What Is a Laparoscopic Colon Resection Laparoscopic surgery is part of a technique known as minimally invasive surgery The goal of such procedures is to minimize the patients suffering and ensure that they inflict the smallest wound possible on the patient when accessing the diseased part of the colon

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Laparoscopic colon resections are being performed with increasing frequency in the United States though the use of minimally invasive techniques in colorectal surgery has lagged behind its application in other surgical fields Since the first laparoscopic colectomy was described in 1991 a great

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Laparoscopic bowel resection is surgery to remove all or parts of the small or large intestine bowel This is done to treat conditions that affect the intestines such as bleeding blockages inflammation swelling or infections It may also be done to remove large polyps growths or early signs of tumors in the intestines

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The colon and how its bacteria helps digest food The colon is a part of the digestive system it is also called the large intestine The large intestine or colon is shorter than the small intestine but has a larger diameter The length of the colon is approximately 5 feet long

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Laparoscopic colon surgery for cancer has become the gold standard Laparoscopic colon resection for cancer in experienced hands can be performed safely and reliably with many shortterm benefits to the patients while resulting in at least equivalent longterm outcomes as open surgery

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Laparoscopic surgery refers to a technique where the surgeon makes several small incisions about  in size instead of a single large incision For most colon and rectal operations 35 incisions are needed Small tubes called trocars are placed through these incisions and into the abdomen

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Unlike traditional surgery on the colon or other parts of the intestines where a long incision down the center of the abdomen is required laparoscopic surgery requires only small keyhole incisions in the abdomen In the case of handassisted surgery a 34 inch incision is also used to allow the surgeons hand access to the abdominal organs

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