hossam_abdelhameed

Hosam farouk abdelhameed

Professor - Assistant professor General surgery

Faculty of medicine

Address: 2 amin elkhateeb st. haram Giza

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Publications Which contain the keyword: cholecystectomy


2018-10-26 19:17:16 Keywords Bile duct injury, cholecystectomy, Outcomes, , Timing of repair,
Post-cholecystectomy bile duct injuries: when to repair?
ABSTRACT Background: Post cholecystectomy bile duct injury (BDI) though rarely happens; it has its own impact on postoperative outcomes. There is controversy on the optimal time for repair of such injuries. The aim of this study was to analyze the different time modalities used for repair of these injuries and its outcomes. Methods: This was a prospective randomized study conducted ... Read more

2018-10-26 19:50:10 Keywords laparoscopy, cholecystectomy, pancreatitis,
LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY DURING INDEX ADMISSION IN PATIENTS WITH MILD TO MODERATE ACUTE BILIARY PANCREATITIS: PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Owing to the high incidence of gall stones in our locality, acute pancreatitis with its complications remains a continuous risk. For that reason cholecystectomy is of prime importance to avoid this problem but the proper timing for cholecystectomy still remaining a subject of ongoing debate. AIM: The aim of this prospective randomized study is to compare the outcome ... Read more

2018-10-26 19:50:10 Keywords laparoscopy, cholecystectomy, pancreatitis,
LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY DURING INDEX ADMISSION IN PATIENTS WITH MILD TO MODERATE ACUTE BILIARY PANCREATITIS: PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Owing to the high incidence of gall stones in our locality, acute pancreatitis with its complications remains a continuous risk. For that reason cholecystectomy is of prime importance to avoid this problem but the proper timing for cholecystectomy still remaining a subject of ongoing debate. AIM: The aim of this prospective randomized study is to compare the outcome ... Read more

Critical view of safety in laparoscopic cholecystectomy: A technique to avoid human factors induced bile duct injuries
Abstract Background. ‘Critical view of safety’ (CVS) technique was introduced to avoid bile duct injury (BDI) due to misidentification of anatomy during laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). This study aimed at assessing the feasibility and comparing the outcome of LC through CVS with those performed by ‘infundibular technique’ (INT). Patients and Methods. A prospective randomized study included patients who had LC as ... Read more

2018-10-28 16:04:10 Keywords cholecystectomy, laparoscopy, outcome, ERCP,
OUTCOME OF LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY FOLLOWING ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY- DOES TIME INTERVAL MATTER?
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: The ideal management of common bile duct (CBD) stones is preoperative endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) followed by laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) which should be safe and cost effective. The time interval between ERCP and LC is a matter of debate. AIM: To evaluate the effect of time interval between ERCP and LC in patients with calcular obstructive jaundice as ... Read more

2018-10-06 21:39:29 Keywords cholecystectomy, Surgery, Endoscopy,
Surgery vs. endoscopy. Competitive or complementary tools for management of post cholecystectomy problems. 15 years' experience in major referral center
_ABSTRACT_ Purpose: A prospective work to study and evaluate surgical and endoscopic techniques used in management of post cholecystectomy problems. Patients & Methods: In the period from Mars 2000 to October 2010, a random sample of 630 patients (366 females and 264 males) were enrolled from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy unit, Assuit University hospitals, and managed accordingly using ... Read more

2018-10-06 21:52:52 Keywords Post cholecystectomy, cholecystectomy,
Surgical or Endoscopic management of post cholecystectomy problems. 15 years' experience in major referral center
_ABSTRACT_ Purpose: A prospective work to study and evaluate surgical and endoscopic techniques used in management of post cholecystectomy problems. Patients & Methods: In the period from Mars 2000 to October 2010, a random sample of 630 patients (366 females and 264 males) were enrolled from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy unit, Assuit University hospitals, and managed accordingly using ... Read more

2018-10-07 21:20:58 Keywords cholecystectomy, Endoscopy,
Surgery and  Endoscopy; Competitive or complementary tools for management of post cholecystectomy problems.
_ABSTRACT_ Purpose: A prospective work to study and evaluate surgical and endoscopic techniques used in management of post cholecystectomy problems. Patients & Methods: In the period from Mars 2000 to October 2010, a random sample of 630 patients (366 females and 264 males) were enrolled from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy unit, Assuit University hospitals, and managed accordingly using ... Read more

2018-10-07 23:25:02 Keywords cholecystectomy, Surgery, Endoscopy,
Endoscopy and Surgery for management of post cholecystectomy problems. 15 years' experience in major referral center.
_ABSTRACT_ Purpose: A prospective work to study and evaluate surgical and endoscopic techniques used in management of post cholecystectomy problems. Patients & Methods: In the period from Mars 2000 to October 2010, a random sample of 630 patients (366 females and 264 males) were enrolled from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy unit, Assuit University hospitals, and managed accordingly using ... Read more

2018-10-08 13:52:45 Keywords laparoscopy, cholecystectomy,
Progress of cholecystectomy in laparo-endoscopic era from fictions to facts. Where we stand?
Abstract About 10-15% of the population have gall stones, and nearly 25 million in America with 2-4% becomes symptomatic annually, leading to annual 500 000 cholecystectomies. In Egypt About 7-10 million people have gall stones, About 100-150 000 cholecystectomies are performed annually Carl Langenbuch performed the first open cholecystectomy in 1882, with the predominant philosophy ″Big surgeons make big incisions″, ... Read more