Focus on technical advancement in mini-invasive HPB surgery (Ongoing)

Posted On 2021-10-19 11:27:46

This series on “Focus on technical advancement in mini-invasive HPB surgery” is edited by Dr. Edoardo Rosso and Dr. Santiago Azagra. The main purposes of this series are 1) to share new insight on technical advancement in hepato-biliary surgery, and 2) to share personal experience from key opinion leader.

Edoardo Rosso
Department of General, Oncologic, Mini-invasive and Robotic Surgery, Centre Hospitalier du Luxembourg

Dr. Edoardo Rosso is Department of General, Oncologic, Mini-invasive and Robotic Surgery. His university studied at “Università degli studi di Torino” – Turin-Italie (1993 – 1998), then he continued his specialization in General Surgery at the same university as a faculty of medicine and surgery (1998 – 2004), then he worked for 10 years as HPB surgeon at the University of Strasboug under the guidance of Professor Bachellier P. He has been the Head of Department of Surgery for five years at the Istituto Fondazion Poliambulanza, Brescia; Italy. Dr. Rosso has the surgical experience of General Surgery, Hepato-bilio-pancreatic Surgery, Liver Transplantation, Adavanced Laparoscopic Surgery, Robotic Surgery, Emergency Surgery, Surgery with limited resources.

Juan Santiago Azagra
Digestive and Endocrine Multidisciplinary Unit (UMADE), Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Dr. Azagra currently holds the position of Head of Department of General Surgery & MIS (Laparoscopy & Robotic) Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg, Master of Training in Surgery of the Ministry of Health in Belgium and Luxembourg and Lecturer of Honorary Consultant and Expert in Digestive and Minimally Invasive Surgery. He has provided professional services to more than 20 journals and professional organizations.

Series outline:

  1. Moving from Laparoscopic to Robotic pancreaticoduodenectomy: a natural changing when both expertise and technologies are available 
  2. Tips and Tricks for Complex pancreatic mini-invasive resection
  3. How to deal with right hepatic artery coming from the superior mesenteric artery during mini-invasive pancreatic resection 
  4. Liver Gates to access everywhere in the liver: how can we learn?
  5. Hepatic Pedicle  Clamping techniques for mini-invasive liver surgery
  6. New technique to increase resection margins during mini-invasive liver resection
  7. Ultrasound-guided parenchima-sparing liver resections: what is feasible by laparoscopy?
  8. Indocyanine green is complementary to intra-operative echography during mini-invasive liver resection or it can be used instead of intra-operative echography?
  9. How to perform parenchymal transection during mini-invasive liver resection
  10. All the routes for laparoscopic resection of segment 8 

The series on “Focus on technical advancement in mini-invasive HPB surgery” is commissioned by the editorial office, Digestive Medicine Research (DMR) without any sponsorship or funding. Dr. Edoardo Rosso and Dr. Santiago Azagra serve as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.