Retained Food and Bacterial Overgrowth of Bakers Pouch

 

This video shows food retention and bacterial growth in the Bakers pouch (blind jejunal limb) of jejunum following a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass for obseity. The gastro-jejunal anastomosis had a stricture that allowed food to enter the blind limb, but not leave. This endoscopy was conducted using a slim (4.5mm) endoscope that was capable of traversing the stricture and entering the limb.

Video donated to the SAGES Video Atlas of Endoscopy by Eric M Pauli, MD


Keyword(s): bacterial overgrowth, Bakers pouch, blind jejunal limb, endoscope, endoscopy, food retention, GJ anastomosis, jejunum, obesity, RYGB, stricture

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Eric Pauli
Uploaded on
10/01/2014
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