Textbook Chapters

Section 1: General considerations for advanced laparoscopic hepatopancreatobiliary surgery

1 The development of minimal access hepatopancreatobiliary surgery
Ruchir Puri, Nicolas Paleari, John Stauffer, and Horacio J. Asbun

2 Acquisition of specific laparoscopic skills for laparoscopic hepatopancreatobiliary surgery
Soeren Torge Mees and Guy Maddern


3 Optimal operating room set-up and equipment used in laparoscopic hepatopancreatobiliary surgery
Satoshi Ogiso, Kenichiro Araki, Brice Gayet, and Claudius Conrad


4 Augmented reality for laparoscopic liver surgery
Kate Gavaghan, Matteo Fusaglia, Matthias Peterhans, and Stefan Weber


5 Imaging of hepatopancreatobiliary diseases
Motoyo Yano, Hillary Shaw, and Kathryn J. Fowler


6 Role of staging laparoscopy in hepatopancreatobiliary malignancies
Anil K. Agarwal, Raja Kalayarasan, and Amit Javed


7 Interventional radiology in the management of hepatopancreatobiliary malignancy and surgical complications
Steven Y. Huang and Michael J. Wallace


8 Robotic hepatopancreatic surgery
Hop S. Tran Cao, Claudius Conrad, and Matthew H.G. Katz


9 Enhanced recovery after hepatopancreatobiliary surgery
David Fuks, Thomas A. Aloia, and Brice Gayet

Section 2: Advanced laparoscopic hepatobiliary surgery


10 Relevant hepatobiliary anatomy
Tadatoshi Takayama, Masatoshi Makuuchi, and Kimitaka Kogure


11 Anesthesia for laparoscopic liver surgery
Jonathan A. Wilks and Vijaya N.R. Gottumukkala


12 Oncological management of primary liver cancer in the era of minimal access surgery
Jennifer Chan


13 Oncological management of colorectal liver metastases in the era of minimal access surgery
Jennifer Chan


14 Resection of noncolorectal liver metastases
Universe Leung and William R. Jarnagin


15 Intraoperative laparoscopic ultrasound for laparoscopic hepatopancreatobiliary surgery
Kenichiro Araki and Claudius Conrad


16 Minimally invasive liver surgery: indications and contraindications
Thomas A. Aloia


17 Laparoscopy (hybrid) and hand-assisted laparoscopy in liver surgery: why, when, and how? 
Yasushi Hasegawa and Go Wakabayashi


18 Ablation strategies for tumors of the liver and pancreas
Danielle K. DePeralta and Kenneth K. Tanabe


19 Technical considerations for advanced laparoscopic liver resection
Ho-Seong Han


20 Laparoscopic left lateral sectionectomy and left hepatectomy for living donation
Claire Goumard and Olivier Scatton


Section 3: Advanced laparoscopic pancreas surgery

21 Pancreatic anatomy in the era of extensive and less invasive surgery
Yoshihiro Sakamoto, Yoshihiro Mise, and Norihiro Kokudo


22 Management of solid and cystic lesions of the pancreas
David Fogelman and Robert A. Wolff


23 Laparoscopic pancreatic surgery
Daniel Richard Rutz and David A. Kooby


24 Indications and contraindications for laparoscopic pancreas surgery
Hanno Niess and Jens Werner

Video Atlas

Section 1: Liver 

Laparoscopic minor liver resection and segmentectomy

1 Intraoperative ultrasonography for safe laparoscopic livery surgery


2 Left lateral sectionectomy


3 Left lateral sectionectomy using a laparoscopic single access device


4 Segmentectomy I with resection of inferior vena cava


5 Segmentectomy IV


6 Segmentectomy IVa


7 Segmentectomy IVb


8 Bisegmentectomy IVb and V


9 Segmentectomy VI


10 Segmentectomy VII


11 Segmentectomy VIII (transthoracic access)

Laparoscopic major liver resection

12 Left hepatectomy


13 Right hepatectomy


14 Left trisegmentectomy with caudate lobectomy


15 Right trisegmentectomy


16 Posterior sectionectomy


17 Hilar lymphadenectomy (with right hepatectomy and caudate lobectomy for Klatskin tumor)


18 Mesohepatectomy

Laparoscopic living donor liver transplantation


19 Living donor left lateral sectionectomy

Section 2: Pancreas 

Laparoscopic splenic resection


20 Total splenectomy


21 Partial splenectomy

Laparoscopic pancreas resection


22 Pancreatic enucleation


23 Cystgastrostomy


24 Distal pancreaticosplenectomy


25 Spleen-preserving pancreatectomy of the body and tail


26 Pancreaticoduodenectomy