endosac

(redirected from endobag)

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 specimen was extracted in an endobag using the supra-umbilical camera port.
As a preventive measure to stone loss during extraction, endobags are normally used to contain the gall bladder and possible loose stones [2, 4, 7, 8, 10].