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Multiple Rhabdomyomas (2)

Multiple Rhabdomyomas (2)

TTE short axis view shows rhabdomyomas in a 3 months old girl with tuberous sclerosis. There are multiple locations of the tumor: LV, LVOT (causing subaortic stenosis) and RV and RVOT. Video by Maged Al Ali MD.

EMR of Large Polyp in a Patient With MYH-associated polyposis

EMR of Large Polyp in a Patient With MYH-associated...

Video presents a case of multiple polyps in a woman with MYH-associated polyposis who was recommended to undergo colectomy. She preferred to get the large polyp removed to buy time, despite the recommendation to undergo surgery as she could not take time out for surgery. Piecemeal EMR were performed. Closure was hard due to scarring from prior tattoo injection into the base of the polyp and large size of resection.

Cecum and Ascending Colon - Pseudopolyposis in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Cecum and Ascending Colon - Pseudopolyposis...

This material presents a case of middle aged man with a long history of IBD. Large multiple pseudopolyps in the ascending colon was found. Rest of the colon was unremarkable except for mild distal proctitis. Surveillance biopsies were undertaken.

EMR of Large Flat Lesion in Cecum

EMR of Large Flat Lesion in Cecum

Video presents a case of elderly patient, who is a head and neck cancer survivor. Resection of a sigmoid colon pedunculated polyp revealed adenocarcinoma that was less than 1000 micrometer from the resection edge - this will require surgery as the risk of lymph node invasion is high in such cases. In addition a large cecal polyp was observed that was removed with piecemeal EMR. This material shows mentioned EMR.

Non Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy  (NPDR)

Non Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (NPDR)

Video explains the nature of non proliferative diabetic retinopathy and how it is cared for.

Understanding Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Understanding Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Dr. Rodger Bodoia, M.D., Ph.D., specialist in diabetic eye care, explains the nature of proliferative diabetic retinopathy and how it is cared for.

Multiple Rhabdomyomas

Multiple Rhabdomyomas

TTE four chamber view shows rhabdomyomas in a 3 months old girl with tuberous sclerosis. There are multiple locations of the tumor: LV, LVOT (causing subaortic stenosis) and RV and RVOT. Video by Maged Al Ali MD.

What is a Microdiscectomy for Lumbar Disc Herniation, Low Back Pain and Leg Pain?

What is a Microdiscectomy for Lumbar Disc Herniation,...

Dr. Corenman recently created this video to provide an explanation of microdiscectomy for lumbar disc herniation, low back pain and leg pain. The microdiscectomy procedure is designed for a herniated disc in the lumbar spine. The microdiscetomy is the simplest and most satisfying lumbar spinal surgery there is. This video explains the anatomy and the technique of this procedure where the compressed nerve is released from the herniated disc or bone spur. A microdiscectomy is typically recommended for patients who have experienced leg pain for at least six weeks and who have not found sufficient pain relief with conservative treatment (such as oral steroids, NSAIDs, and physical therapy).

Video of L5-S1 Surgery Lumbar Microdiscectomy

Video of L5-S1 Surgery Lumbar Microdiscectomy

This video of L5-S1 Surgery Lumbar Microdiscetomy to help reduce the patient's low back pain shows Dr. Corenman's surgical technique. Surgical Video of L5-S1 Lumbar Microdiscectomy goes over the anatomy and technique of lumbar microdiscectomy in an easy to understand step-by-step manner. The microdiscectomy procedure is designed for a herniated disc in the lumbar spine. It is the simplest and most satisfying lumbar spinal surgery. This video shows the technique of this procedure, where the compressed nerve is released from the herniated disc.

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