Video Category: Video Atlas Of Endoscopy: Stomach

Stomach, Abnormal Post Surgical Anatomy, Acute Gastric Ulcer from Pod 2 PEG Removal

This video demonstrates a PEG site as well as an area of ulceration near the previous PEG site. There is no suggestion of ongoing acitve bleeding. No bloody fluid or clot is seen in the areas inspected. A cherry red spot, however, can be appreciated at the area of ulceration examined, suggesting that this is […]

Large Posterior Gastro Gastric Fistula after Gastric Bypass

This video shows the endoscopic view of a large, posterior-medial gastro-gastric fistula in a patient who had previously undergone a roux-en-Y gastric bypass for obesity. He had regained all of the weight he had previously lost. The fistula is seen posteriorly, and the gastro-jejunal anastomosis is seen in the distance, the scope traverses the anastomosis […]

Bile Reflux Gastritis – 2

This video shows mild gastritis from bile within the stomach. The patients symptoms of abdominal pain resolved following the administration of a bile acid binding resin Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): abdominal pain, bile acid binding resin, bile reflux gastritis, stomach

Staple Line Leak after Sleeve Gastrectomy – 2

This video shows the view of an acute, proximal staple line leak following a sleeve gastrectomy. The patient had a fever on POD 1, and endoscopy revealed a staple line insufficency in the proximal sleeve. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): endoscopy, fever, SG, staple line […]

Hill Grade III/Grade IV Gastroesophageal Valve

This video demonstrates a Hill Grade III/Grade IV gastroesophageal valve. The is opening around esophagus is not tight, and the squamous epithelium can be viewed from below. This represents a very small (Type I) hiatal hernia. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): esophagus, Hill grade III/IV […]

Stomach, Abnormal Post Surgical Anatomy, Acute Ugib Following PEG

This video demonstrates stigmata of recent bleeding status post PEG placement. No evidence of active bleeding is noted, but bloody fluid is seen in the dependent fundus and clot is seen in the pre-pyloric area. The PEG site is carefully inspected for signs of active bleeding, visusualizing the PEG site with insufflation as well as […]

Retained Fundus after Sleeve Gastrectomy

This video shows the retroflexed view of a sleeve gastrectomy that failed to remove all of the fundus. There remains a distensable part of the stomach superior and left lateral to the gastro-esophageal junction. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): fundus, GEJ, retroflexed view, SG, stomach

Herniated Nissen Fundoplication

This video shows a patient who has a recurrent hiatal hernia following a prior hiatal hernia repair with Nissen fundoplication. The wrap is mostly above the diaphragm, and the inferior portion can be seen sliding above the crus as the patient experiences singlutus. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M […]

Eroded Suture after Gastric Bypass

This video shows eosion of prolene suture in the posterior portion of the gastro-jejunal anastomosis after roux-en-y gastric bypass. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): eroded suture, GJ anastomosis, Prolene, RYGB

Gastric Adenocarcinoma

This video demonstrates a proximal gastric adenocarcinoma as seen on retroflexed views. Minor bleeding from biopsy sites is seen. This patient has a history of gastric varices and these are also seen. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD, Jeffrey M Marks, MD Keyword(s): bleeding, bx site, gastric […]