List of Publications

Golden Standard

  1. J. Marescaux et al.: Operative management of adrenal metastases from lung carcinoma Urology. January 13, 1998, Departement of Digestine and Endocrine Surgery, Strasbourg
    Abstract:
    Advances in laparoscopic equipment and techniques are allowing surgeons to perform complicated procedures in almost every region of the body. Recent work in the exposure and resection of the adrenal glads has shown promising results. Patients undergoing laparoscopic adrenalectomy recover faster and return to normal activity sooner than those undergoing the open procedure. The live video demonstrates the techniques of both left and right adrenalectomy employing the intraperitoneal approach.
    Keywords:
    laparoscopic adrenalectomy, laparoscopic instrumentation, intraperitoneal access, anatomy, surrenale left
    URL:
    http://www.tesus.org/more/pub/goldstand/surrenal.htm

TESUS Report

  1. Lo CY, van Heerden JA, Soreide JA, Grant CS, Thompson GB, Lloyd RV, Harmsen WS: Adrenalectomy for metastatic disease to the adrenal glands.. November 12, 1997, Med. Journal
    Abstract:
    I hope to use ISO names where practical, and want to ensure that names are meaningful, rahter than cryptic. The character codes for common fonts will be included, although which fonts to include is still under review.
    Keywords:
    adrenalectomy,adrenal, gland, character, underwear, cars, frog, horse, dog, fighter, head, stomack

TESUS Preprint

  1. Stoopler M, Ginsburg M, Steinglass K: The importance of the little things. August 27, 1997, Med. Let. B
    Abstract:
    The following sets out of range fo math symbols supported by HTML math, giving the HTML entity name, the corresponding LaTeX command name and a short description. Character codes are given in hexadecimal when avalible for Postscript symbol set and HP's math-8 symbol set.
    Keywords:
    adrenal, metastase, lung, carcinoma, keyword, street, forward, more, handsome, backyard, house

Teaching Tools on CD-ROM

  1. Guy-Bernard Candière, Gilles Fourtanier : The Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease. June 11, 1997, composer@worldnet.fr
    Abstract:
    This is an interactive CD-ROM for continuing education from the general parctitioner to the gastroenterologist or the surgeon. Surgical tecniques are discribed using high definition pictures and videos. Audio comments. Easy to use interface. Interactivity: therapeutic strategy, surgical choices and clinical cases. Hyper links between all chapters.
    Keywords:
    epidemiology, GERD risk factors, anatomy, physiopathology, endoscopy, pH-metry, manometry, imagery and isotopic scintigraphy, surgery, nissen, gastro-esophageal reflux disease
    URL:
    http://www.tesus.org/more/pub/teachtools/gastro.htm

  2. J. Marescaux, V. Tascetti, JM. Clement, C. Pflieger, H. Delingette, Jf. Gury, S. Evrard, R. Wolfram, D. Mutter, M. Vix, N. Nord, N. Ayache : Hepatic Surgery Simulator. July 15, 1996, Departement of Digestine and Endocrine Surgery, Strasbourg
    Abstract:
    This is an interactive CD-ROM presenting the Hepatic Sergery Simulator developped as a part of the Eureka Master EU II96 project. Equipment, methods, results and perspectives are discribed using 3D visualisation and reconstruction of the organs and vessels.
    Keywords:
    hepatic surgery simulator, human anatomy, national library of medecine, NLM, virtual liver, segmentectomy, tumors, arborescence reconstruction
    URL:
    http://www.tesus.org/more/pub/teachtools/simul.htm

  3. MedAscend. Inc: Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy. July 8, 1997, Laparoscopic Surgical Series, No 10, Version 2.0, A CME Accredited Learnign System, MedAscend. Inc.
    Abstract:
    Advances in laparoscopic equipment and techniques are allowing surgeons to perform complicated procedures in almost every region of the body. Recent work in the exposure and resection of the adrenal glads has shown promising results. Patients undergoing laparoscopic adrenalectomy recover faster and return to normal activity sooner than those undergoing the open procedure. MedAscend Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy title demonstrates the techniques of both left and right adrenalectomy employing the intraperitoneal approach. By using both illustration and live video in an interactive program. The user is trained in the steps of the procedure, helpful strategies, as well as how to avoid critical mistakes. Category 1 CME credits are awarded with this product.
    Keywords:
    laparoscopic adrenalectomy, laparoscopic instrumentation, intraperitoneal access, anatomy
    URL:
    http://www.tesus.org/more/pub/teachtools/adrenal.htm

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