Laparoscopic assisted right hemicolectomy for caecal volvulus

Kelly, Michael D.; Bunni, John; Pullyblank, Anne M.
January 2008
World Journal of Emergency Surgery;2008, Vol. 3, Special section p1
Academic Journal
Case Study
A case of acute caecal volvulus is presented where laparoscopy was used to avoid a major laparotomy. A technique is described for safe deflation of the caecum, which allowed a small incision for resection and anastomosis.


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