Endoscopic Removal of a Maxillary Sinus Cholesterol Cyst The endoscopic removal of a large intramaxillary sinus cyst which contained serous like fluid and many shiny falt white cholesterol crystals.
Trauma Team Walkthrough #2: Endoscopy Get educated in the brand new endoscopy gameplay mode in the premier medical game, Trauma Team! Then, stick around to find out what other medical surprises are in store for you in the other 5 modes! What's your specialty? Available Spring 2010. For more information, visit:
Endoscopic Anterior Thoracic Spinal Instrumentation & Fusion for Idiopathic Scoliosis Anterior thoracic spinal instrumentation and fusion for idiopathic scoliosis, performed via an endoscope, by Dr. Peter O. Newton at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego. If you would like more information regarding scoliosis or other orthopedic conditions please visit /ortho
Endoscopic Disk Surgery Part 1 This is my Doctor who performed the endoscopic disk surgery on my lumbar spine. If you have a herniated disk or slipped disk, I highly recommend going to Munich at the Alpha pine Klinik to get it removed. It's one of the few places in the world that does the surgery endoscopically.
pituitary adenoma, endoscopic endonasal, Demo Endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal surgery via right nostril. Paraseptal submucosal approach to the sphenoid sinus.
Deviated Nasal Septum Repair: Endoscopic Septoplasty in HD Correction of deviated nasal septum via endoscopic approach with HD camera, Dr B. Todd Schaeffer
Trans-Nasal Endoscopy - Video of a patient undergoing a trans-nasal endoscopic exam. Video stroboscopy is also performed of the vocal cords.
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Endoscopy of Hourglass Stomach due to a Gastric Ulcer Hourglass Stomach, a stomach more or less completely and permanently divided into two parts, so that it resembles an hourglass in shape; the deformity is due to scarring which complicates gastric ulcer or neoplasia. Retraction of the gastric wall adjacent to lesser-curve ulcers may lead to the formation of smooth, symmetric folds that radiate from the ulcer crater. The opposite wall may also be retracted; this produces an incisura of the greater curvature and, ultimately, an hourglass stomach.
Who Needs an Upper Endoscopy? Dr. Jon LaPook undergoes an upper endoscopy to evaluate the possibly damaging effects of his occasional heartburn. Dr. Mark Pochapin performs the procedure.
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Micro Endoscopic Discectomy little surgery for Herniated nucleous pulposus
Endoscopic Ultrasound Non-invasive procedure that allows better visibility of the digestive tract for treatment and diagnosis.
Upper Endoscopy In the following educational video about upper endoscopy, ASGE doctors walk viewers through the procedure featuring real patients from preparation instructions to what happens during the procedures and what to expect after the exams.
ULCER STOMACH- GASTRIC ULCER- ENDOSCOPIC VIEW The endoscopic view of the stomach of a 75 year old gentleman who has a gastric ulcer in the last part of the stomach. The video shows the endoscope leaving the duodenum(small intestine) and coming back to the stomach, where the ulcer is seen and a biopsy is taken from it
Endoscopy... What happened during my procedure!
Tipical endoscopic appearance of ulcerative colitis 23 years old male presented with weight loss, abdominal pain, lower digestive bleeding and chronic diarrea the colonoscopy show the tipical endoscopic appearance of ulcerative colitis
PreOp® Patient Education Minimal: GI Endoscopy Upper GI Patient ED @ 617-379-1582 INFO Your doctor has recommended that you have an upper GI endoscopy. But what does that actually mean? An upper GI endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure used by your doctor to inspect the inside of your throat, esophagus, stomach and upper intestine. While it's considered a surgical procedure, endoscopy does not involve an incision. Instead, your doctor will pass a flexible tube, called an endoscope through your mouth and into your stomach and digestive tract. This tube has a tiny video camera mounted on its tip, it also contains a small tool used for taking tissue samples. Because the passageway from the mouth to the opening of the small intestine is usually unobstructed, your doctor can use the endoscope to inspect the entire upper half of your digestive system. Reasons for undergoing an upper GI endoscopy vary. You may have been suffering from one or more of a number symptoms - including weight loss, abdominal pain, chronic heartburn or indigestion, gastritis, hiatal hernia, trouble swallowing, pain caused by an ulcer or other problems associated with the stomach and digestive system. Some gastrointestinal symptoms can be warning signs of serious medical problems and you should take your doctor's recommendation to have an endoscopy very seriously. Luckily, the vast majority of medical problems diagnosed by endoscopy are treatable and you should look forward to improved health and comfort as a result of the information gathered ...
Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing 2 An endoscopic video of someone eating popcorn and drinking milk.
CAPSULE ENDOSCOPY A 32 year male presented to our clinic with chronic iron deficiency anemia. Fecal occult blood was positive. Upper GI endoscopy and colonoscopy were normal. Capsule endoscopy revealed multiple jejunal and ileal ulcers with multiple sites of bleeding. A diagnosis of Crohn's disease was entertained and he was treated with mesalamine, thalidomide and parenteral iron therapy.
Live Webcast: Pediatric Capsule Endoscopy Join experts from the Komansky Center of NewYork-Presbyterian to learn about a pioneering method of making capsule endoscopy modality more pediatric-friendly. Learn about Dr. Sockolow's "Jellybean Test", live, 7:00 PM EDT (23:00 UTC) on OR- Wireless capsule endoscopy represents an extraordinary technical innovation in diagnostic gastrointestinal endoscopy. Capsule endoscopy is highly useful to evaluate for inflammatory changes in patients suspected to have small bowel Crohn's disease in whom conventional imaging failed to confirm the diagnosis. It is now the method of first choice to assess for small bowel polyps or tumors, to find a source of blood loss in obscure intestinal bleeding, and for undiagnosed malabsorptive conditions such as intestinal lymphangiectasia.
UCLA Endoscopic Removal of Pituitary Tumors Pituitary Tumor Surgery: This video will help you understand the endoscopic / endonasal approach for removal of pituitary tumors. To learn more go to www.pituitary.ucla.edu
NEJM Procedure: Endoscopic Management of Acute Bleeding from a Peptic Ulcer Acute upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage, which is defined as bleeding proximal to the ligament of Treitz, is a prevalent and clinically significant condition with important implications for health care costs worldwide. Negative outcomes include rebleeding and death, and many of the deaths are associated with decompensation of coexisting medical conditions precipitated by the acute bleeding event. This video focuses specifically on endoscopic management of acute bleeding from a peptic ulcer.
Endoscopy of two Giant Gastric Ulcers This video endoscopy shows two ulcers in a cirrhotic patient. This 82 year old woman who had had severe ascites and previously in the paracentesis procedure had drained 6 liters of ascites liquid, at endoscopy two giant ulcers were found. Liver cirrhosis is frequently associated with complicated peptic ulcer disease. It has been showed that peptic ulcer is more frequent in patients with liver cirrhosis, is associated with the severity of cirrhosis, and occurs without upper abdominal pain in up to 70% of patients and with complications in 29%. This giant ulcer is found at the lesser curvature of the gastric body, macroscopically has suspected, some parameters of malign but the biopsies were negative, however in six week will need a new follow up endoscopy that showed that the ulcer of the antrum is in the scar phase as well as the scar of the ulcer of the body., a six week with proton pump inhibitor (PPI) treatment.
Anatomical Tutorial During Trans-Nasal Endoscopy - The various anatomy one encounters during a trans-nasal endoscopy is described.
Preparing for a Capsule Endoscopy - from the American Gastroenterological Association In this video from the AGA, Dr. Cynthia Yoshida explains what you can expect before, during and after capsule endoscopy. More information on capsule endoscopy is available at /patient.
Endoscopy, Endoscopia This Video Clip showsa high resolution endoscopy displaying the stomach as well as the duodenum, the video clip also displays some sample of tissues obtains by the forceps biopsy.
ENDOSCOPIC (NON-SURGICAL) REMOVAL OF MULTIPLE LARGE TUMORS F ENDOSCOPIC (NON-SURGICAL) REMOVAL OF MULTIPLE LARGE TUMORS FROM STOMACH IN A PATIENT WITH PEUTZ-JEGHERS SYNDROME PEUTZ-JEGHERS SYNDROME: Peutz-Jeghers syndrome (PJS) is a familial syndrome consisting of mucocutaneous pigmentation, gastrointestinal polyposis and cancers of gut & other sites like breast, ovary, and testes. PJS has an autosomal dominant inheritance with variable and incomplete penetrance. Germline mutations of STK11/LKB1 gene on 19p cause this syndrome. Mucocutaneous pigmentation may be noted in early infancy. These deposits of melanin are most commonly found around the mouth, nose, lips, buccal mucosa, hands, and feet, and may also be present in peri*** and genital areas. PJS polyps may be found in stomach, small intestine, or colon, but they tend to be prominent in the small intestine. These polyps may increase in size and cause small intestinal obstruction or intussusceptions that may occur in early infancy. Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding and chronic faecal blood may complicate the disease. PATIENT: The patient was a 25 yr male who had mucocutaneous pigmentation and multiple polyps in the stomach and duodenum. He presented with bleeding from gastric polyps. As the polyps in stomach were numerous, (more than 20 in number) and were large in size (some equal to small egg size), he had been advised to undergo surgery. Surgery planned was total gastrectomy. PROCEDURE: The patient underwent video-endoscopy of the esophagus, stomach and ...
Upper GI Endoscopy This 3D medical animation shows an upper GI (gastrointestinal) endoscopy procedure to diagnose the presence of helicobacter pylori causing a stomach (gastric) ulcer. The animation also includes the treatment of a bleeding ulcer using endoscopic tools. See more 3D medical animations from Nucleus Medical Media at ANCE00176
Opera singer endoscope A check up at the Ear Nose & Throat doctor to make sure Genie's Opera singing vocal chords are working properly. Strangely hilarious!
Preparing for an Upper GI Endoscopy - from the American Gastroenterological Association In this video from the AGA, Dr. Linda Lee explains what you can expect before, during and after an upper GI endoscopy. More information on upper GI endoscopy is available at /patient.
ENDOSCOPY VIDEOGASROSCOPE Direct means of diagnosis of upper GI diseases Continuous Video recording of the entire procedure is there We can review the whole procedure by playing the Video. We are doing final diagnosis of upper GI lesions with biopsy. Treatment becomes easy and to the point. Early detection of pre malignant and Malignant lesions has become possible. Dr. OP BHANDARI MANISH NURSING HOME 4/5, SHASTRI NAGAR CHITTORGARH RAJASTHAN - INDIA - 312001
High Resolution Video Endoscopy Examination of the inside of the stomach using an endoscope, passed through the mouth and esophagus, Upper GI endoscopy is a procedure performed by a gastroenterologist, a well-trained subspecialist who uses the endoscope to diagnose and, in some cases, treat problems of the upper digestive, Upper endoscopy lets your doctor examine the lining of the upper part of your gastrointestinal tract, which includes the esophagus, stomach and duodenum (first portion of the small intestine). Your doctor will use a thin, flexible tube called an endoscope, which has its own lens and light source, and will view the images on a video monitor. You might hear your doctor or other medical staff refer to upper endoscopy as upper GI endoscopy, esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) or panendoscopy. This video Endoscopy is taken by Dr. Julio Murra Saca
PreOp® Patient Education GI Endoscopy - Upper GI 1 bit.ly or bit.ly - Patient Education - Patient Education Company Your doctor has recommended that you have an upper GI endoscopy. But what does that actually mean? An upper GI endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure used by your doctor to inspect the inside of your throat, esophagus, stomach and upper intestine. While it's considered a surgical procedure, endoscopy does not involve an incision. Instead, your doctor will pass a flexible tube, called an endoscope through your mouth and into your stomach and digestive tract. Patient Education This tube has a tiny video camera mounted on its tip, it also contains a small tool used for taking tissue samples. Because the passageway from the mouth to the opening of the small intestine is usually unobstructed, your doctor can use the endoscope to inspect the entire upper half of your digestive system. Patient Education Reasons for undergoing an upper GI endoscopy vary. You may have been suffering from one or more of a number symptoms - including weight loss, abdominal pain, chronic heartburn or indigestion, gastritis, hiatal hernia, trouble swallowing, pain caused by an ulcer or other problems associated with the stomach and digestive system. Some gastrointestinal symptoms can be warning signs of serious medical problems and you should take your doctor's recommendation to have an endoscopy very seriously. Luckily, the vast majority of medical problems diagnosed by endoscopy are treatable and you should look forward to ...
Endoscopic Brow Lift Endoscopic Brow Lift surgical procedure. Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles - Minimally Invasive Surgery Group (MISG)
"VasoView" Endoscopic Saphenous Vein Harvesting Saphenous Vein Endoscopic Harvesting with the VasoView system offers an almost painless surgical site with a 2cm incision and exellent cosmetic result for patients undergoing Coronary Bypass
Endoscopic Treatment of Allergic Fungal Maxillary Sinusitis AFS Maxillary Sinus
PreOp® Patient Education: Endoscopy of Large Intestine Surge on.fb.me -NEW facebook page - it's cool! Patient ED @ 617-379-1582 INFO On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical go You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. To create a better viewing area, your doctor may introduce air into your colon, which may cause you to have a feeling of fullness. The doctor will then lubricate your rectum and gently insert the endoscope, guiding it into your colon. You may feel some pressure or tugging, but you shouldn't feel pain. To better examine abnormal-looking tissues, your doctor may choose to take one or more biopsies. Patient Education Small instruments sent through the interior of the endoscope are able to painlessly remove small samples of tissue with a small scissor like tool by simply snipping them free. Finally, after a thorough exam, the endoscope is carefully removed. Any tissue specimens removed during the procedure will be sent immediately to a lab for microscopic ***ysis. Your doctor will tell you when to expect results from those tests. Patient Education Company
Video Endoscopy of Severe gastritis Acute Gastritis. The causes, natural history, and therapeutic implications of gastropathy differ from gastritis: Gastropathy is usually caused by irritants such as drugs (eg, nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents and alcohol), bile reflux, hypovolemia, and chronic congestion. Gastritis is usually due to infectious agents (such as Helicobacter pylori) and autoimmune and hypersensitivity reactions. Acute gastritis may produce no symptoms but can be associated with short-lived dyspepsia, lack of appetite, nausea or vomiting. It can occasionally be severe enough to cause gastrointestinal bleeding with melena or hematemesis (see above). The most common cause is ingestion of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-imflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It can also occur during the early stages of infection with the bacteria, Helicobacter pylori "HP." Most cases resolve by themselves, but endoscopy and biopsy may be required to exclude other conditions such as peptic ulcer disease or cancer. At endoscopy the inner lining of the stomach (mucosa) may appear swollen, reddened and inflamed. There may be small, shallow erosions (breaks in the surface lining) or even tiny areas of bleeding from the mucosa.
Sensual endoscopy Insides of beautiful girl - from mouth to stomach.