AB016. Robotic assisted left lateral hepatectomy with indocyanine green guidance

Colm Neary, Jarlath Bolger, John Conneely
2020 Mesentery and Peritoneum  
Minimally invasive surgery has become the gold standard in many areas of surgery, including liver resections. Robotic assisted resection of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) provides oncological outcomes which are comparable to other approaches. The demanding nature of liver resection is the ideal application of robotic technology, which includes 3D visualisation, improved range of motion and enhanced surgeon ergonomics. Recently, indocyanine green (ICG) has been used to guide resection of liver
more » ... esection of liver malignancies. We present the case of a 55-yearold gentleman who developed multifocal HCC in the left lobe of liver, on a background of hepatitis C induced liver cirrhosis. Methods: A Veress needle was used to insufflate the abdomen. One 12-mm camera port and three 8-mm
doi:10.21037/map.2020.ab016 fatcat:h6le3kvssjgdffeawxfh3yaeti