Welcome to "Laparoscopy of Adhesiolysis"

An Online Atlas for clinical visualization of Adhesions, Adhesions Surgery, Adhesions Prevention and Adhesions Reformation

Dr. Daniel Kruschinski is a world-renowned laparoscopic gynecologic surgeon who is specialized in adhesions surgery. The following is a visual atlas that portrays over a decade of successful adhesions surgeries on the most difficult Adhesions Related Disorder cases utilizing Dr. Kruschinski's own method; Gasless Lift-Laparoscopy. Showcasing specific prevention techniques and effective adhesions barriers, all procedures were performed by gasless Lift-Laparoscopy using effective adhesion barriers, followed by an early second-look laparoscopy and in some cases, by a third-look laparoscopy.

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NEW: Adhesions after laparoscopy – a myth?

29. September 2013 |

Adhesions after laparoscopy show the same incidence as adhesion formation after open procedures Your surgery was performed by a laparoscopy ? You still might have adhesions! A laparoscopy is not associated with LESS adhesions than open procedures ? Please see our example! Adhesions after laparoscopy show the same incidence as adhesion formation after open procedures […]

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Symptoms after endometriosis surgery are mostly related to Adhesions!

19. June 2012 |

Symptoms after endometriosis surgery are mostly related to adhesions! Your surgery was performed by an endometriosis expert and you still have symptoms, so you should know that in most cases it is not endometriosis anymore, as endometriosis was cured by your expert endometriosis surgeon performing radical excision of the endometriosis spots.You now are dealing with adhesions, […]

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New: Endometriosis is the number one cause of adhesions

5. February 2012 |

Endometriosis  is the number one cause of adhesions in woman! Endometriosis is the number one cause for formation of adhesions in women of reproductive age. If we add the surgeries for endometriosis to the causes of adhesions one can refer to endometriosis as the most important factor contributing to adhesion formation and Adhesion Related Disorder […]

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New example: What can be discovered in connection to painful bowel obstruction?

23. January 2012 |

What can be discovered in connection to painful bowel obstruction?  A 24-years old female patient from US with status after multiple laparotomies and extreme pain in the middle and right upper abdominal quadrant since 3 months. Permanent pain medication (Nubain injections) and unclear amenorhea since 12 weeks where she was told, it is due to narcotics. Our […]

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New example: What can happen during a laparoscopic procedure, if the expert is not an expert?

26. December 2011 |

What can happen during a laparoscopic procedure, if the expert is not an expert A 36-years old female patient from US with status after multiple laparotomies and multiple laparoscopic adhesiolysis surgeries, underwent a laparoscopic adhesion surgery by an experienced surgeon just few months before her surgery at EndoGyn, which was in 2004. Just after these […]

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New example: Frozen Abdomen and recent surgery at an adhesions center in the USA fails

21. December 2011 |

Frozen Abdomen and recent surgery in the USA fails A 46 years old patient from USA with status after multiple gynecological surgeries (fibroids, hysterectomy, one with an enterotomy and secondary peritonitis. She developed recently severe pain, nausea and vomiting and was not able to maintain everyday activity. A laparoscopy was performed in the USA at an adhesion center […]

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New adhesiolysis procedure for bowel adhesions!

9. December 2011 |

Bowel adhesions right and left pelvic brim in a male patient A 36 years young male patient from Channel Island with status after ruptured appendix at age of thirty one with an abdominal abscess, the surgery was performed by laparotomy. Following this surgery he suffered continuous persistent abdominal pain. Many diagnostic tests (CT scans, ultrasounds, blood […]

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