endosac

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en·do·sac

(en'dō-sak),
A sac or bag used in laparoscopic surgery in which tissue is placed to facilitate removal or morcellation.
Synonym(s): endobag

Endosac

Endoscopy A polyurethane pouch used in endoscopic procedures for specimen collection

en·do·sac

(en'dō-sak)
A sac or bag used in laparoscopic surgery in which tissue is placed to facilitate removal or morcellation.
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The hernial sac and larger lipoma where resected and removed using the endobag.
The germinal membranes were put into an endobag and removed.
sup][14] If there is tumor exposure during laparoscopic procedure or manipulation of the stomach during the operation, we should use wound protector or tissue endobag for preventing tumor exposure or contamination over the umbilical wound while removal of the specimen from abdominal cavity.
If gallbladder perforation occurs, the use of suction devices to minimize the spilled bile and spilled gallstones as well as the use of an endobag is mandatory.
In addition, small specimens can be pulled into the hollow body of the InnoPort and removed without touching tissue (no endobag needed).
They did not find a significant difference in rate of SSI between prophylactic antibiotic usage and mechanical isolation of the gallbladder with Endobag during extraction from the abdomen.
Polyp was placed in an endobag introduced via the umblical port which was removed from the abdomen after enlarging the incision.
The specimen was extracted in an endobag using the supra-umbilical camera port.
The spleen was inserted into an Endobag, broken up using swab-holding forceps, and removed from the abdomen through the supra-umbilical incision.
In our series, we left the back wall of the gallbladder in place in rare cases, emphasised extensive dissection of Calot's triangle during LC, removed all spilled stones and the gallbladder specimen via a protective endobag, destroyed any residual gallbladder mucosa with a coagulator, and closed the cystic duct with a clip or sutures to avoid postoperative cystic biliary leakage.