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Endoluminal Huge Rectal Polyp Resection by Colonoscopic snare assisted TEO

The development of laparoscopic surgery has provided minimally invasive surgeons with advanced laparoscopic instrumentation and high definition imaging. The resulting surgical expertise and technology has now been extended to endolumenal surgery.

critical view of safety

critical view of safety

Diaphragm in spasm then after relaxation

This composite show diaphragm in spasm with high intra-abd pressure . Following relaxation the pressure came down to the set point and diaphragm relaxed

Diaphragm in spasm then after relaxation

This composite show diaphragm in spasm with high intra-abd pressure . Following relaxation the pressure came down to the set point and diaphragm relaxed

diaphragm in spasm

This slide depicts the diaphragm is in spasm. Once relaxation occurs the situation is improved

Loose Peritoneal Body

Fifty year old patient with palpable abdominal mass causing pain. Pathology consistent with "loose periooneal body." Matthew Swenson MD

Direct Inguinal Hernia

Laparoscopic field — Laparoscopic view of a big direct Inguinal Hernia.

Intraoperative Colonoscopy in Cecum angioectasia

Hybrid EndoLaparoscopy and Intraoperative Colonoscopy in diagnosis of Cecum angioectasia presenting with lower GI bleeding not diagnosed by routine colonoscopy.

Wonderful nature

This a tree as a parasite

Cholecystoduodenal fistula

A cholecysto-duodenal fistula is a connection between the gallbladder and the duodenum. It may occur as an uncommon complication of chronic cholecystitis when the gall bladder becomes adherent to the adjacent duodenum and a stone ulcerates through the wal