Presentation Type: Procedure

Aneurysm of the Splenic Artery Laparoscopic Approach

Presented by Veronica Gorodner at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS1 MIS/Solid Organ H&P–44 sec CT scan–1 min Keyword(s): asthma, blood flow, celiac trunk, circulation, clamp, collateral vessels, collaterals, CT angiogram, CT scan, enodbag, evaluation, female, H&P, Harmonic scalpel, Hem-o-lok, hook electrocautery, IBS, incidental dx, ischemic, kidney stones, laparoscopic approach, laparoscopic bulldog, […]

Real Time Intra-Operative Endoscopic Fluorescence Imaging for Evaluation of Bowel Perfusion

Presented by Francisco Quinteros, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS1 MIS/Solid Organ case study–30 sec CT scan–36 sec colonoscopic view–49 sec procedure begins–1:38 endoluminal inspection–2:35 Keyword(s): ABD, abdominal pain, activated, anastomosis, area of primary concern, balloon inflation, bowel lumen, bowel perf, bright red blood, clincal concerns, colon, colonoscopic view, CT, […]

Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome Four Months Following Sleeve Gastrectomy

Presented by Allison M Barrett, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS1 MIS/Solid Organ case report–39 sec CT scan–53 sec duplex–1:03 SMA description with citation link–1:24 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=18646483 SMA dx with citations–1:43 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ Keyword(s): 2nd portion of the duodenum, 3rd portion of the duodenum, air, aorta, average aorto-mesenteric angle, average aorto-mesenteric distance, […]

Spyglass Biliary Bifurcation

This video demonstrates appearance of biliary bifurcation as seen with the use of spyglass Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Jose Martinez, MD Keyword(s): spyglass biliary bifurcation

Small Bowel, Benign Findings, Massive Small Bowel Dilation from Motility Disorder

This video demonstrates massive small bowel dilation from motility disorder Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): benign findings, motility disorder, SB, SB dilation

Coffee Grounds after Upper GI Bleeding

This video demonstrates one stigmata of a recent upper GI bleed, the finding of ‘coffee ground’ fluid within the stomach. This patient presented with hematemesis and had a small mallory weiss tear not shown on this video. Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): coffee grounds, fluid, […]

Large Bleeding Gastro-jejunal Anastomotic Ulceration after Gastric Bypass

This video shows a large, deep gastro-jejunal anastomotic ulcer following a roux-en-y gastric bypass. There is a vissable vessel distally on the ulcer, and stigmata of bleeding (blood and small clot within the lumen) Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): bleeding, blood clot, GJ anastomotic ulceration, […]

Sleeve Gastrectomy with Partial Obstruction

This video shows a patient with symptoms of a partial gastric outlet obstruction due to a twist in the mid body of his sleeve gastrectomy. Despite the fact that bile can be seen refluxing through this area, contrast passed slowly though it, and the endoscope passes several centimeters of gastric tissue that hug the scope […]

Stomach, Benign Tumors, Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia

Stomach, Benign Tumors, Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): benign tumors, Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia, stomach

View of Nasal Turbonates Due to Incorrect Scope Insertion

This video shows an inadvertent view of the posterior nasal turbinates due to incorrect scope flexion in the pharynx. Donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD Keyword(s): intubation, nasal turbinates, pharnyx, scope