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EP1335 Total laparoscopic Hudson’s procedure, pelvic and para-aortic node dissection, omentectomy with primary re-anastomosis and loop ileostomy for endometrioid adenocarcinoma in association with endometriosis
  1. M Graham1,
  2. I Harley1,
  3. A Armstrong2,
  4. E Craig1 and
  5. C Wilson1
  1. 1Gynae Oncology
  2. 2General Surgery, Belfast City Hospital, Belfast, UK


Introduction/Background Video presentation of procedure.

Methodology This video will outline the procedure above.

Results This patient previously underwent a right ovarian cystectomy for endometrioma with final histopathology confirming an endometrioid adenocarcinoma in association with endometriosis - at least FIGO 1C1. Pre-operative MRI and CT suggested endometriosis/disease in recto-uterine pouch, with no evidence of disease outside the pelvis. Completion surgery with a Hudson’s and comprehensive surgical staging was planned as a laparoscopic procedure. On initial inspection Intravenous Indocyanine Green (ICG) was used to facilitate the identification of endometriosis/disease in the pelvis. Following surgical staging, including en-bloc dissection of the uterus, tubes, ovaries and rectosigmoid, the specimen was removed via the vagina with the aid of an Alexis retractor. For re-anastamosis the distal descending colon was delivered through the vagina, the anvil applied, and the anastomosis completed laparoscopically. This anastomosis was then de-functioned via a loop ileostomy. ICG was used to confirm perfusion of the anastomosis.

Conclusion In this video we will show the steps of this laparoscopic procedure where bulky disease was resected en-bloc laparoscopically.

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