Video Category: Video Atlas Of Endoscopy

Stomach, Benign Conditions, Diffuse Stress Gastritis from Neurologic Injury

This video demonstrates mild diffuse gastritis. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): benign conditions, neurological injury, stomach, stress gastritis

Retroflexed View of Gastric Pouch and GJ Anastomosis after Gastric Bypass

This video shows the retroflexed endoscopic view of the gastric pouch and the gastro-jejunal anastomosis following a gastric bypass Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): gastric pouch, GB, GJ anastomosis, retroflexed view

Nissen Fundoplication

This video shows normal anatomy of the GE Junction following a Nissen Fundoplication. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): GEJ, Nissen fundoplication

Gastric Varices

This video shows gastric varices in a patient with a history of splenic vein thrombosis secondary to pancreatitis. In the retorflexed views, bleeding can be seen from biopsy sites in a proximal gastric mass that was an adenocarcinoma. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD, Jeffrey M Marks, […]

Eroded Gastric Band

This video shows the retroflexed view of an adjustable gastric band placed for morbid obesity. The patient was asymptomatic, but had evidence of full thickness erosion of a small portion of the band. This video demonstrates the importance of complete inspection of the band in retroflex view, as this finding was not visualized on the […]

Incorrect and Corrected Endotrachial Intubation

This video shows the endoscopic view of an incorrectly intubated patient. The baloon on the endotrachial tube is initially seen inflated above the vocal cords. This was corrected, and the second portion of the video demonstrates the correct view of endotrachial intubation. Donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD […]

Ileum (via Ostomy), Benign Tumors, Adenoma (FAP)

This video demonstrates an adenoma in a patient with FAP (endoscopy via ileostomy) Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD, Jeff Marks, MD Keyword(s): benign tumors, FAP adenoma, ileum, ostomy

Drain Perforation of Transverse Colon

This video demonstrates the colonoscopic view of a drain that was iatrogenically placed in the ascending colon through the posterior wall. The drain was dubsequently pulled and the defect endoscopically closed. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): ascending colon, colonoscopic view, defect, drain perf, iatrogenic, transverse […]

Esophageal Adenocarcinoma

This video demonstrates the presence of adenocarcinoma in the esophagus, confirmed by biopsy Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Jose Martinez, MD Keyword(s): bx, esophageal adenocarcinoma

Stomach, Abnormal Post Surgical Anatomy, Uncovered Endoscopic Stent Occluded with Granulation Tissue

This video demonstrates an uncovered endoscopic stent positioned in the distal stomach. A PEG button can also be seen just as the gastroscope enters the area of the stent. The endoscopist carefully navigates through an area where granulation tissue has partially occluded the uncovered endoscopic stent. Traversing this area is made difficult due to the […]

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