Dr. Fobi -- The Fobi Pouch, How Does It Differ From Standard Gastric Bypass? Dr. Fobi explains how the Fobi Pouch is different from the standard gastric bypass procedure. For more on Bariatric Surery visit
Delaware Water Gap - Kittatinny Point, Hardwick Township, NJ, US - Part 1 Please visit for full video and more free videos. You will find full description on the web site. Kittatinny Point Visitor Center is the main New Jersey office for the DWGNRA. The recreation area encompasses 67000 acres in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, transected by 40 miles of the scenic middle Delaware River. Worthington State Forest, Van Campen's Glen, a 25-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail that runs along the Kittatinny Ridge, more than 200 miles of roads, numerous rivers, lakes, streams and waterfalls, along with historic and cultural sites, are all contained within its borders.
What do FUE NeoGrafts look like in HD? Minutes after being harvested, these permanent follicles are part of a hair transplant procedure and will be used to restore coverage to an area of baldness or thinning. Floating in chilled Hypothermasol (an advanced storage solution), these follicles were extracted by Dr. Alan Bauman using NeoGraft are awaiting transplantation and are visible here under magnification. Each graft will fit into a site in the scalp that is less than 1.0mm wide x 5mm deep. Approximately 1000 to 4000 grafts can be transplanted per session, an average of 1500-2000 per day. Over 98% of the transplanted grafts will eventually produce hair. Manual FUE grafts from years gone by were notoriously transected, meaning that fewer than 2.4 hair follicles per follicular unit were harvested. Today, with the help of NeoGraft, FUE grafts can be harvested accurately and easily keeping the "follicular unit" of one, two or three follicles completely intact. Grafts are kept in solution designed for organ transplantation, so there is no chance of dessication (drying out). NeoGraft FUE allows for no linear scar, less discomfort and faster recovery than traditional 'linear' or 'strip' harvest procedures. The follicles, once implanted, live and grow permanently in the recipient area of the scalp. As with any transplant, the key to naturalness is the angle, orientation and position of the transplanted follicles, designed by the surgeon. For more info on results with FUE using NeoGraft for hair transplantation, visit ...
Woodico's stringhalt Woody transected the extensor tendons in his near hind leg in an accident in February. This shows his gait 6 months later.
Persistent Right aortic arch in a cat A persistent right aortic arch in a cat caused a esophageal stricture and secondary megaesphagus. Gastroscopy confirmed the diagnosis. With a left sided thoracoscopy the ligamentum arteriosum was identified and transected. Postoperative gastroscopy showed widening of the stricture and ballooning alowed further reduction of the stenotic passage.
Sleeve Gastrectomy.mpg This is a brief video of the weight loss operation called sleeve gastrectomy. The stomach is freed on its greater curve using the Harmonic Scalpel (ultrasonic energy source), following which the stomach is transected along its length with the endoscopic stapler. The staple-line is reinforced with Seamguard, a buttress material that helps make the stapler line bloodless. The whole procedure is laparoscopic. You can get more info at our website www.bmi-.
Humpback Whale Killed by Ship Ends Up at White's Point in San Pedro, California An adult Humpback whale was discovered washed ashore at White's Point in San Pedro, California on May 8, 2011. The whale was not a whole humpback; the head and chest area, including the long pectoral fins were missing. It was as if about a third of the whale had been sliced cleanly off with a huge sharp blade. Like the propeller from a large ship. The crushed ribs and mangled vertebral column clearly indicated that the whale had been hit at high speed by something large and blunt, most likely the bulbous bow of a large ship. Then it probably was sucked in by the propeller and the front third of the animal was sliced off. The whale was still fairly fresh, Dave Janiger, curatorial assistant at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County estimated that it had been killed between three and five days ago. It didn't smell yet and the much of the skin was still in good condition. At least one of the barnacles attached to the whale's tail fluke was still alive. It was not difficult to identify it as a humpback whale; it had the very distinctive scalloped edges to the tails flukes, the knobby dorsal fin, black and white skin and thick throat grooves. The genital area was wedged between rocks, but the absence of mammary slits makes me tentatively *** it as a male. We will know for sure in a few weeks, when the lab results become available for the tissue samples that Janiger collected. That means he cut off small pieces of skin and blubber and some ...
step by step guide to Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy.wmv Complete video demonstration on how to perform Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy under General Anaesthesia, First of all four small incisions are made on abdomen through which operating ports, camera along with light source is passed into abdominal cavity. Carbondioxide is passed under 15 mm of Hg, so as to inflate the abdomen. Gall Bladder is localised, if inflated bile is evacuated through needle so that it can be grasped, later on Gall bladder is grasped and pushed back-upward to expose Callot's Triangle, where tissues are being seperated by electro cautry so as to expose Cystic Duct and Cystic Artery, both are cliped and transected using scissors. Later on Gall Bladder is dissected out from liver bed by hook cautery, and Gall Bladder is taken out from 10 mm port. Incision are stitched by catgut, recovery is very fast in this surgery compared to open cholecystectomy. Surgeons of this surgery were Dr Dev Dutt Poddar, Dr. Porous and Dr Vikram at Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi
Hand-sewn Lap Gastric Bypass At BMI, we favor the hand-sewn technique (I learnt this in 2006 watching K Higa) of pouch-jejunal anastomosis in the bariatric operation of lap gastric bypass. The procedure shows the initial assessment of the suitability of the gastric pouch formation, followed by the entire infracolic part of the operation. The jejunum is measured at 75-100 cm from the Ligament of Treitz an transected. The distal (alimentary) limb is taken up towards the stomach and a jejuno-jejunal anastomosis performed at 100 cm (150 cm in some) between the proximal (biliopancreatic) limb and the rest of the small bowel. The staple lines are reinforced with stitches that also close the mesenteric defects to prevent internal hernia formation. The pouch is next formed by serial firings of the blue load of the stapler. The stoma is hand-sewn with 3-0 Vicryl and sized at 18 mm over a gastric tube. The stoma is 4-layered and leak-proof. As they say, don't try this at home (suturing mastery advisable)! ;-)
No scar Laparoscopic clipless cholycystectomy caseof cholilithiasis, transumlical incsion with one conventional and two low profile trocars used, cystic duct and artery transected by harmonic scalpel.
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Multiple objects tracking in fluorescence microscopy From the Springer article: Multiple objects tracking in fluorescence microscopy by: Kalaidzidis, Yannis; Movie 1 (related to the introduction in the intracellular object tracking): Endosomes tracking. This is an example of endosomes tracking in the confocal fluorescence microscopy. The fluorescent objects are GFP-Rab5 labeled endosomes in the transiently transected A431 cell. Imaging was done by Zeiss 510 scanning confocal microscope. Details of the tracking algorithm are described in the . ESM 1 (MPG 21763 kb) Journal: Journal of Mathematical Biology Vol. 58 Issue 1 DOI: 10.1007/s00285-008-0180-4 Published: 2008-10-09
Open Transected Banded Gastric Bypass Open Transected Banded Bastric Bypass WIth Jejunal Interposi by MAL Fobi, MD, FACS - Center for the Surgical Treatment of Obesity Visit to find out more.
The Gastric Sleeve made simple. By Dr. Spivak, Houston, TX. The Gastric Sleeve is a promising weight loss procedure. In this video Dr. Spivak presents his technique. 1. A complete mobilization of the stomach. 2. Continue almost to the pylorus. 3. A thin calibration tube. 4. Add sutures where needed. 5. Remove transected stomach through one of the trocar sites.
SILS for appendici*** single incision laparoscopic appendectomy, SILS, appendectomy, single port, transumbilicus, No 6. Due to the cecum was redundant in this patient, the appendix was pull through the umbilical wound and transected by traditional method.
Ameloblastoma This video shows the resection of a large mandibular ameloblastoma. The extirpation of the tumor required a segmental mandibulectomy, which transected the inferior alveolar nerve. Both the nerve & mandible were reconstructed with a great auricular nerve & a titanium plate respectively. More on this topic can be found on under the Otolaryngology Surgical Video Atlas Channel.
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Motherboard Chinese Fireworks: Trailer Cai Guo-Qiang is a Chinese artist who made several spirographesque paintings with exploding gunpowder. He's also done a bunch of other abstract pieces that include things like giant stuffed tigers transected with arrows. Motherboard meets with Guo-Qiang, and he talks about why the elements of gunpowder are actually helpful to humans and how he makes it his artistic medium.
Dynamic anterosuperior shoulder escape The purpose of this fluoroscopic video is to demonstrate the disruption of normal shoulder mechanics that has resulted from tears of both the subscapularis and supraspinatus rotator cuff tendons. The patient's coracoacromial ligament was also transected during a previous attempt to repair the rotator cuff by another surgeon. The patient has lost the ability to raise his arm. The patient's rotator cuff could not be repaired, but his function was later improved by a surgical procedure called reverse shoulder arthroplasty.
10.402GS Laparoscopic Partial Splenectomy for a Splenic Cyst TITLE: Laparoscopic Partial Splenectomy for a Splenic Cyst Background: The spleen's role in immunologic function along with a risk of overwhelming postsplenectomy infection has led to an increased popularity of splenic preserving surgery. This is especially true for benign pathologies of the spleen. We herein show a video of laparoscopic partial splenectomy for a 6-cm x 5-cm splenic cyst. Method: The patient is a 37-year-old female who was referred to our clinic for a 6-cm x 5-cm splenic cyst. The cyst was first noted on an abdominal-pelvic CT scan back in 2004. A repeat CT scan in 2009 once again showed a cyst with calcified rim that has not changed in size since 2004. A splenic cyst greater than 5cm in size has an increased risk of spontaneous rupture during pregnancy, which ultimately leads to poor maternal and fetal outcome. Because the patient wished to conceive, she was consented for laparoscopic partial splenectomy. This will allow the removal of a likely benign cyst while preserving splenic function. The surgery consists of patient positioning, trocar placement, mobilization of the spleen from its embryologic peritoneal attachments, dissection, and transaction of the arterial and venous branches to the respective pole of the spleen, parenchyma division, cauterizing, and obtaining hemostasis at the transected edge, and retrieval of the specimen. The operation took 110 minutes. Results: The patient was hospitalized for 2 days and was discharged without complications ...
Bangladesh: Easing the Plight of the Hungry (Bengali version) Script: This is Bangladesh, home to about 150 million people. Here, in one of the poorest and most densely populated nations in the world, 30 million people suffer from severe hunger each year. And, most of them depend on agriculture for their livelihood. Rice is their most significant agricultural product and staple food. More than 17 million Bangladeshis are rice farmers, growing rice on 11 million hectares of land. Average Bangladeshis receive around three-quarters of their calories from rice. Rice and agriculture are crucial for this nation. Life for the rural poor is hard enough at any time. But it gets harder in northern Bangladesh from September to November, when the hunger months, or monga, occur. Monga affects many poor people in five districts of northern Bangladesh. Even though theres food in the market, they do not have enough money to buy the food they need. Most of the people who rely on farm work are jobless during these months. They wait for the harvest of the transplanted monsoon rice crop in December. By the time monga comes, they have consumed all of their stored food and have few opportunities for work. What can make matters worse is that northern Bangladesh is transected by 21 rivers that regularly overflow, leaving thousands of families homeless. Floods usually arrive in August and September, bringing with them hardship and water-borne illnesses that are only intensified by the monga, which follows closely behind. People try their best to cope. The ...
Crawling in Regenerating Worm This Eisenia hortensis was anesthetized and transected 8 or 9 segments behind the ***ellum 18 days ago. About 7 segments have regenerated. Here the worm is crawling; you can see the last few segments being pulled along more than contributing to the crawl.
David Chen: What is meant by an "incomplete" spinal cord injury? For Families Facing Spinal Cord Injuries