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Pulmonary Vascular Congestion - Chest X-Ray

Pulmonary Vascular Congestion - Chest X-Ray

This video shows two chest radiographs on the same patient, one normal, the other with pulmonary vascular congestion/ pulmonary vascular redistribution. Video presented by David Mintz MD.

Heart And Abdomen CT Imaging Anatomy - Uncommon LLQ Appendix

Heart And Abdomen CT Imaging Anatomy - Uncommon...

This video presents a CT Imaging with description of cross-sectional anatomy and physiology of chest and abdomen. CT heart anatomy and physiology. Moreover an uncommon finding of a left lower quadrant appendix. Video presented by David Mintz MD.

Colonoscopy And Colon Cancer Screeing

Colonoscopy And Colon Cancer Screeing

Dr. Cannon Lewis discuss screening for colon or rectal cancer. Colon masses or cancer can have the symptoms of bleeding, constipation, change in bowel habits, weight loss or anemia. In general, people who do not have any symptoms should be screening starting at age 50. Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers along with lung, breast and prostate cancer. Scientific studies show that screening for colon cancer by colonoscopy can reduce the number of people who die from colon cancer.

Laparoscopic Sigmoid Colectomy

Laparoscopic Sigmoid Colectomy

This portion of the video shows dissection of the inferior mesenteric artery (IMA) during a laparoscopic sigmod colectomy. Video by John H. Winston, III, M.D.

Diverticulitis And Diverticulosis

Diverticulitis And Diverticulosis

Diverticulosis is the presence of small, weak spots in the colon. This is not to be confused with diverticulitis which is infections in the abdomen caused by these weak spots. Diverticulitis can result in abscesses in the abdomen, abdominal tenderness / pain, fever, strictures or fistulas. The disease is more common in older people and is thought to be caused by poor fiber intake resulting in high pressures in the colon. Lecture by Dr. John Winston.

ECG Case: CNS disease

ECG Case: CNS disease

ECG findings in patients with elevated intracranial pressure: Diffuse T-wave enlargement and inversions Brady- and tachydysrhythmias Non-specific ST changes ST changes mimicking ischemia

Incarcerated fibroid

Incarcerated fibroid

Laparoscopic/ robotic myomectomy for incarcerated fibroid

Cesarean defect

Cesarean defect

Robotic removal of cesarean scar ectopic and hysterotomy revision.

Right Heart Failure - Chest CT

Right Heart Failure - Chest CT

This video presents a chest CT in a patient with right heart failure and impairing drainage of the hepatic veins. Description of anatomy and pathophysiology. Video presented by David Mintz MD.

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