ProfAlaaRedwan33

أ.د/ علاء أحمد رضوان ريان

Professor - Professor of G.I.T Surgery and Laparo-endoscopy

Faculty of medicine

Address: General Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine, Sohag Univertsity, Sohag, Egypt

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2015 | Keywords Pancreatic pseudocyst, Endoscopy,
Management of Pancreatic Pseudocyst using Endoscopy, Laparoscopy, and open surgery.
ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION AND AIM OF THE WORK: Pancreatic pseudocyst is the commonest cystic lesion of the pancreas. When interference is indicated, open surgical therapy is the standard therapy with which other therapeutic modalities should be compared. Recently, endoscopic and laparoscopic approaches were reported for management of these cases. We aimed at exploring the minimally invasive techniques in treatment of pancreatic ... Read more

2015 | 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

2015 | Keywords Endoscopy,
ENDOSCOPY PROGRESS AND UPDATES
_ABSTRACT_ Purpose: A prospective and retrospective work to study and evaluate the endoscopic role in management of G.I.T problems, in comparison to surgical one . Patients & Methods: In the period from Mars 1995 to October 2015, a random sample of patients were enrolled from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy units in Sohag University Hospitals, and Assuit University Hospitals ... Read more

Comparative study between pancreatico-gastrostomy and pancreatico-jejunostomy in Whipple's resection operation in Assuit.
Abstract _Aim:_ a prospective study to compare PG versus PJ after PD in Assuit. _Methods:_ From July. 2005 to Jan. 2008, 30 patients were included, and randomized into PG, and PJ groups, then followed up for evaluation morbidity and mortality. _Results:_ PD resection followed PG in 16 patients (53.3%), and PJ in 14 patients (46.6%). no difference observed as regard ... Read more

DOUBLE MESH REPAIR (SANDWICH TECHNIQUE) WITH ABDOMINOPLASTY FOR COMPLEX VENTRAL HERNIAS: A NOVEL TECHNIQUE WITH PROMISING RESULTS
INTRODUCTION Complex ventral midline hernias include hernias with large defect (>10 cm) and multi-orifice and recurrent anterior abdominal wall hernias. Treatment of such hernias remains a surgical challenge due to the high incidence of hernia recurrence and surgical complications.(1,2) Suture repair of such hernias carries unacceptably high recurrence rates (>50%), so it is currently discouraged. On the other hand, prosthetic ... Read more

2015 | Keywords Safe Laparoscopy,
SAFE LAPAROSCOPY; EXPERT OVERVIEW IN THE MODERN ERA
Safe Laparoscopy = Enjory the Advantages Avoid the Complications COMPLICATIONS OF LAPAROSCOPY I - Due to pneumo-peritoneum: 1- Surgical emphysema: Subcutaneous, scrotal, pre-peritoneal, retroperitoneal, omental, mesenteric and mediastinal. 2- Pneumothorax: Diaphragmatic or pleural injury Patent pleuro-peritoneal canal. 3- Air Embolism 4- Increase venous return à Hypotension + D.V.T. 5- Hypercarbia à arrhythmia and acidosis. 6- Increase diaphragmatic movements. 7- Spread ... Read more

2015 | Keywords Biliary Sepsis, Hepatic operation,
SEPTIC COMPLICATIONS AFTER MAJOR HEPATIC AND PANCREATIC SURGERY
CHOLANGITIS Inflammation involving the hepatic and common bile ducts Pathogenesis similar to that of cholecystitis: obstruction of common bile duct oedema, congestion, necrosis of walls  bacterial proliferation within biliary tree. CAUSES OF OBSTRUCTION: - gallstones - biliary tract surgery, tumour, parasitic infection, calcific pancreatitis etc. ETIOLOGY: Obstruction of the common bile duct due to gallstones Benign strictures Malignant strictures ... Read more

2014 | Keywords Experience endoscopy,
Surgery and endoscopy for management of post cholecystectomy problems. 10 years' experience.
Abstract Purpose: A prospective work to study and evaluate surgical and endoscopic techniques used in management of post cholecystectomy problems. Patients and Methods: In the period from Mars 2000 to October 2009, a random sample of 630 patients (366 females and 264 males) were collected from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy unit, Assuit University hospitals, and managed accordingly using ... Read more

2014 | Keywords post-cholecystectomy,
Endoscopy and Surgery are competitive or complementary in management of post cholecystectomy problems?  Referral center experience.
Purpose: study and evaluate surgical and endoscopic techniques used in management of these problems. Patients & Methods: A random sample of 630 patients (366 females and 264 males) were collected from general surgery department, and gastro-intestinal endoscopy unit, and managed accordingly using surgery in 143 patients, and endoscopy in 482 patients (plus percutaneous techniques in 25 patients). Results: Endoscopy was ... Read more

2014 | Keywords Cholecystectomy era,
Cholecystectomy and progress 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