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Gastro Pleural Fistula Repair by Dr Vidur Jyoti

Gastro Pleural Fistula Repair by Dr Vidur Jyoti

Gastro Pleural Fistula Gastro-Pleural Fistula. Laparoscopic Management. gastropleural fistula (Pleomorphic Sarcoma). history and presenting complaints:-. Now presented with continuous fever and an episode of hemetemesis. Gastropleural fistula detected during U.G.I endoscopy. Findings on U.G.I endoscopy. Showing Gastric Perforation. A Graphic view of actual situation. Showing. Left lobe of liver. Omentum

Comparing Outcomes of Drugs & Appendectomy (CODA) Patient Education Video (English, Version 2)

Comparing Outcomes of Drugs & Appendectomy (CODA) Patient Education Video (English, Version 2)

Hello. My name is Dr. Thompson You have been diagnosed with appendicitis. We are showing you this video because your doctors and nurses think you might want to know about a research study you may qualify for. This video will help you learn more about the study. Right now, surgery

Acute Appendicitis Part 1 – Definition, Anatomy and Epidemiology

Acute Appendicitis Part 1 – Definition, Anatomy and Epidemiology

Narrator: So first of all, what is acute appendicitis? Well, it’s defined as inflammation of the vermiform appendix; however, this inflammatory process may extend beyond the appendix to affect the adjacent colon. For those of you who aren’t aware, the appendix is named vermiform due to its resemblance to a

DCRI at Digestive Disease Week

DCRI at Digestive Disease Week

So this talk around optimizing the care of patients having surgery is ideal for anyone any, gastroenterologist or anyone who works with patients in the gastroenterology field who might have surgery someday whether that be patients with inflammatory bowel disease, patients coming for a liver transplant, patients coming for other

LapSim Appendectomy: Loop Technique

LapSim Appendectomy: Loop Technique

LapSim by Surgical Science presents LapSim Appendectomy: Loop Technique Gently grasp the tip of the appendix or the mesentery. Then, switch to a dissection tool in the other hand and dissect the mesentery near the cecum until you have reached the appendix. Make sure you do not perforate the appendix

► What if I need emergency surgery in Westchester?

Patients come to me with all kinds of general surgical issues including appendicitis, gall bladder problems, hernias in the groin, and in the abdomen, colon issues, endocrine problems including the thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands. My approach to surgery is to be as minimally invasive as possible whenever the circumstance