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Thoracic Videos


Prof. Romano discusses the importance of having the conversation surrounding gender disparities in CT surgery and what she hopes to accomplish as STS president.
March 15, 2024
The authors of this video demonstrate a right upper lobectomy for a large pulmonary hydatid cyst using uniportal VATS.
March 13, 2024
This video shows a unique method of jejunostomy tube (J-tube) extension placement through a gastrostomy tube (G-tube) in diverted post-esophagectomy patients with immature G-tube tracts.
March 6, 2024
This video shows a safe and effective technique for surgically treating complex pulmonary echinococcus.
March 5, 2024
The recording of the first CTSNet webinar with ESTS Women in General Thoracic Surgery Committee and Women in Thoracic Surgery is here! Watch this important discussion on the state of gender representation in CT surgery around the world with an inspiring Q&A session.
February 29, 2024
February was a busy month for CTSNet. This month’s list of top 10 content includes an orthotopic heart transplant, recorded sessions from the London Core Review Cardiothoracic Surgery Course, JANS articles highlighting recent game-changing studies, and more.
February 27, 2024
In this video, that authors demonstrate an emergency clamshell thoracotomy.
February 21, 2024
The purpose of this video is to demonstrate maneuvers that aid in achieving adequate tracheal length for redo tracheal resection and reconstruction.
February 19, 2024
This video presents a rare case of PAS in association with RLA in a one-month-old baby who was managed surgically with a successful outcome without tracheobronchial reconstruction.
February 5, 2024
This video describes a robotic assisted fourth rib resection in a woman with previous breast cancer and solitary rib metastasis under her breast implant.
January 31, 2024
This case highlights a technique for resection of a chest wall lesion that was not able to be identified externally. While most osteochondromas and other chest wall maladies are externally evident, some require intrathoracic, thoracoscopic evaluation to carefully guide resection.