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Colecistectomía (extirpación de la vescula biliar) - Medical Animation

 

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Colecistectomía (extirpación de la vescula biliar) - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: La vesícula biliar es un saco en forma de pera ubicado debajo del hígado. Con el hígado se adhiere al intestino delgado a través de una serie de tubos llamados conductos. La bilis, una sustancia producida por el hígado para descomponer la grasa, se almacena en la vesícula biliar. Cuando los alimentos grasos de una comida llegan al intestino delgado, la vesícula biliar libera bilis sobre ellos para ayudar a digerir la grasa. La colecistectomía es un procedimiento quirúrgico para extirpar la vesícula biliar. Por lo general, se realiza cuando hay evidencia de enfermedad de la vesícula biliar, tales como cálculos biliares o pólipos. También se realiza para la discinesia biliar, que es una afección en la que la vesícula biliar no funciona correctamente. La colecistectomía laparoscópica requiere solo pequeñas incisiones a través del abdomen, conocidas como puertos. Para llegar a la vesícula biliar, el cirujano inserta tubos, llamados trocares, a través de estos puertos. Un puerto se encuentra normalmente en el ombligo o zona umbilical. Se bombea gas de dióxido de carbono a través del puerto umbilical y esto infla el abdomen para poder observar sus contenidos más fácilmente. A continuación, el cirujano inserta el laparoscopio a través del puerto umbilical. Las imágenes de la cámara se transmiten a un monitor de video en la sala de operaciones. Mediante instrumentos que se pasan por otros puertos, el cirujano toma la vesícula biliar, corta su conducto y arteria principal. La coloca en una bolsa de muestras y la retira a través de uno de los puertos. Después que se retira el laparoscopio, se deja una válvula de puerto colocada por un corto período de tiempo para permitir que todo el dióxido de carbono salga del abdomen. Las incisiones se cierran con suturas, seguido de adhesivo para piel o cinta de cierre para piel. Si se presentan complicaciones con el procedimiento laparoscópico, el cirujano cambiará a un procedimiento abierto con una incisión más grande.

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