Tag: Stomach (Anatomical Structure)

Digestive histology 8- Stomach

Digestive histology 8- Stomach

– I’m going to actually draw you a picture of the histology of the stomach because there are a couple things about it that are kind of wild. First of all, probably the defining feature of the stomach, its primary role in digestion is mechanical digestion by smashing and smooshing,

How a gastroscopy is carried out

How a gastroscopy is carried out

This animation will show how a gastroscopy is carried out. A gastroscopy is a test that allows your doctor to look inside your food-pipe (oesophagus), stomach and the first part of the small bowel (duodenum). Click the navigation arrows below the animation screen to play, pause, rewind or fast forward

Nurse talks to a patient about stomach ulcers.

Nurse talks to a patient about stomach ulcers.

Can you tell me about your stomach ulcers? They always give me a burning pain at the top of my stomach. I see. When does the pain start? It seems to happen soon after I eat. How long does the pain last? It usually lasts around half an hour. Sometimes

Digestive System 5- Stomach

Digestive System 5- Stomach

– Into the stomach we go. Now, I threw on my picture of, my big picture of your entire digestive tube, just so you could remember where you are. What you know is that, really, right about here– how did I end up– what happened? This right here, we actually

How a peptic ulcer develops

How a peptic ulcer develops

This animation will show how a peptic ulcer develops. A peptic ulcer is a roughened area or cavity which is found in the stomach or small bowel. Click the navigation arrows below the animation screen to play, pause, rewind or fast-forward the animation. This animation contains sound. Here we show

Antibiotics Overuse Blamed for Deadly Stomach Bug

Antibiotics Overuse Blamed for Deadly Stomach Bug

I’m Miranda Savioli with today’s health news. The CDC is warning patients and hospitals about a deadly germ called Clostridium difficile, or C. diff. Each year, the number of C. diff cases increases and it has become one of the most common microbial causes of infection in US hospitals. This

Stomach and Abdominal Pain – Dr Wilie Ong Health Blog #39

Stomach and Abdominal Pain – Dr Wilie Ong Health Blog #39

In this video, I will talk about Abdominal Pain or Stomach Pain If you have any pain or vague discomfort in the abdomen, this could mean an abdominal problem. It is not that easy to find the cause of the pain, but I will give you a guide. First we