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Atlas of Endoscopic Major Pulmonary Resections

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  • Author: Dominique Gossot
  • ISBN: 9783319559001
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Publication Date: December 15, 2017
  • Format: Paperback – 202 Pages
  • Language: English


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Description

The first version of this atlas was released as video-assisted major pulmonary resections were just emerging as a valid alternative to conventional techniques.  In this second edition, many different techniques have been described, depending on the use or non-use of an accessory mini-thoracotomy and on the use or non-use of endoscopic instrumentation and video display.

One of these techniques is the totally endoscopic approach, in which only endoscopic instruments and monitor control are used. This is the technique that will be described in this atlas. The purpose of this atlas is to describe each endoscopic pulmonary lobectomy and segmentectomy step by step, relying on brief technical notes and high-quality still pictures which are orientated and labeled to make them as comprehensible as possible. Each chapter is introduced by an anatomical background which is illustrated by three-dimensional reconstructions. Technical «tricks» and specific dangers are mentioned by pictograms.

The technical descriptions of this atlas are based on the author’s technique, which can be different from other video-assisted approaches. Our intent is that surgeons embarking in video-assisted major pulmonary resections-whatever the approach they use-can find helpful hints and take their bearings in this totally new vision of pulmonary and mediastinal anatomy. Compared to the previous version, all chapters have been rewritten, taking into account the progresses of the technique and the technology and some new chapters have been added. Most steps of the procedures are now illustrated, not only with pictures, but also with a video clip.

  • No similar book dealing with this subject
  • Recognized experience in this field
  • Presented as a technical atlas
  • High quality pictures (from HDTV camera system)
Table of Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Preface
  3. Chapter 1 Tips and Tricks
  4. Chapter 2 Management of intraoperative complications
  5. Chapter 3 Lymphadenectomy
  6. Part I: Lobectomies
    1. Chapter 4 Right upper lobe
    2. Chapter 5 Middle lobe
    3. Chapter 6 Right lower lobe
    4. Chapter 7 Left upper lobe
    5. Chapter 8 Left lower lobe
  7. PART II: Segmentectomies
    1. Chapter 9 Right Upper lobe : S1+2-segmentectomy
    2. Chapter 10 Right lower lobe : S6 segmentectomy
    3. Chapter 11 Right lower lobe : basilar segmentectomy
    4. Chapter 12 Right lower lobe : limited segmentectomies
    5. Chapter 13 Left upper lobe : lingula sparing segmentectomy
    6. Chapter 14 Left upper lobe : lingulectomy
    7. Chapter 15 Left lower lobe : S6 segmentectomy
    8. Chapter 16 Left lower lobe : basilar segments
    9. Chapter 17 Left lower lobe : limited segmentectomies
Author Biography

Dr Dominique Gossot is the Head of the Thoracic Department at Institut Mutualiste Montsouris in Paris, France. He is a member of several scientific societies such as the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), the European Association for Cardiothoracic Surgery (EACTS), the European Society of Thoracic Surgeons (ESTS) and the Société Française de Chirurgie Thoracique et Cardio-Vasculaire (SFCTCV).He used to be a member of the editorial board of the Annals of Thoracic Surgery, European Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, and endorsed the publications of more than 170 articles, including 95 as first author. He is also one of the Editor of the book Endosurgery (J.Hunter, J. Toouli, D. Gossot Ed), and the author of Atlas of endoscopic major pulmonary resections, Springer 2010, as well as of 15 book chapters.

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