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Case Week 3

Case Week 3

These short videos present a collection of radiology cases with images, evaluations, and diagnostics of for every case. Each case highlights the possible diseases and describes their characteristics.

Dermoid Medial Canthus - Bleeding Problem

Dermoid Medial Canthus - Bleeding Problem

Young child with a large dermoid cyst at the medical canthus. A vein was cut at the very beginning. The dermoid cyst could be successfully removed. However the bleeding was profuse when the artery forceps was opened. Bleeding was stopped by packing with gauze. 24 hours later gauze was removed and sutures were applied. Sutures were removed after 15 days.

Organ Donation in The Netherlands and UK – Present and Future

Organ Donation in The Netherlands and UK –...

Frank JMF Dor, MD, PhD, presents his lecture entitled "Organ Donation in The Netherlands and UK – Present and Future" delivered during the International Organ Donation Conference in Ryn, Poland.

Removing Anisakis Simplex

Removing Anisakis Simplex

The video shows gastroscopic treatment of anisakiasis caused by Anisakis simplex. Anisakiasis is a human parasitic infection of the gastrointestinal tract caused by the consumption of raw or undercooked seafood containing larvae of the nematode Anisakis simplex. Diagnosis can be made by gastroscopic examination, during which the 2-cm larvae are visually observed and removed, or by histopathologic examination of tissue removed at biopsy or during surgery. For the worm, humans are a dead-end host. Anisakis and Pseudoterranova larvae cannot survive in humans, and will eventually die. In some cases, the infection will resolve with only symptomatic treatment. In other cases, however, infection can lead to small bowel obstruction, which may require surgery, although treatment with albendazole alone has been reported to be successful.

Removing A 19cm Long Worm From Mans Eye

Removing A 19cm Long Worm From Mans Eye

Loa loa filariasis (also known as loiasis, loaiasis, Calabar swellings, Fugitive swelling, Tropical swelling and African eyeworm) is a skin and eye disease caused by the nematode worm, loa loa. Humans contract this disease through the bite of a Deer fly or Mango fly (Chrysops spp), the vectors for Loa loa. The adult Loa loa filarial worm migrates throughout the subcutaneous tissues of humans, occasionally crossing into subconjunctival tissues of the eye where it can be easily observed. Loa loa does not normally affect one's vision but can be painful when moving about the eyeball or across the bridge of the nose.The disease can cause red itchy swellings below the skin called "Calabar swellings". The disease is treated with the drug diethylcarbamazine (DEC), and when appropriate, surgical methods may be employed to remove adult worms from the conjunctiva.

Cervical Intramedullary Astrocytoma - Posterior Approach

Cervical Intramedullary Astrocytoma - Posterior...

Spinal astrocytomas are the second most common spinal cord tumour overall, representing 40% of intramedullary tumours. Astrocytomas arise from astrocytic glial cells. Astrocytomas are generally faster growing than ependymomas and typically have a worse prognosis. Surgical excision is usually the treatment of choice, however due to the infiltrative nature of astrocytomas, resection is almost always histologically incomplete. Video by Paolo Regolo, MD

Organ Donation in the USA – Present and Future

Organ Donation in the USA – Present and Future

Prof. Dorry Segev, MD, PhD, presents his lecture entitled "Organ Donation in the USA – Present and Future" delivered during the International Organ Donation Conference in Ryn, Poland.

Posterior Spinal Fusion and Correction of Scheuermann Kyphosis

Posterior Spinal Fusion and Correction of Scheuermann...

Scheuermann's kyphosis is a "developmental" type of kyphosis, meaning that it occurs during growth. Surgery for the correction of Scheuermann's kyphosis typically consists of a fusion of the abnormal vertebrae. In the operation, the spine is fused anteriorly and posteriorly with surgical implants. Video by Hossein Mehdian MD, Mr.

Spine Navigation by J. Patrick Johnson, MD

Spine Navigation by J. Patrick Johnson, MD

Spine Navigation was presented by J. Patrick Johnson, MD at the Seattle Science Foundation's 2016 ONE Spine Masters Course.

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