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Small Bowel, Benign Tumor, Pancreatic Rest with IPMN

Small Bowel, Benign Tumor, Pancreatic Rest...

This video demonstrates the endoscopic view of a pancreatic IPMN

Small Bowel, Normal Post Surgical Anatomy, Tattoo Ink from Old Polypectomy Site

Small Bowel, Normal Post Surgical Anatomy,...

This video demonstrates tatoo ink from an old polipectomy site

Jejunum, Benign Neoplasms, Tubular Adenomas with Dysplasia

Jejunum, Benign Neoplasms, Tubular Adenomas...

This video demonstrates a tubular adenoma with dysplasia in the alimentary limb on a patient status post Roux en Y Gastric Bypass

Entropion Surgery. Quickert Procedure

Entropion Surgery. Quickert Procedure

Step by step description of how to repair an entropion with a modified Quickert procedure from oculoplastics. Video by Ric Caesar.

Pterygium Excision And Conjunctival Autograft With Fibrin Glue

Pterygium Excision And Conjunctival Autograft...

Primary pterygium excision, conjunctival autograft, and the use of fibrin glue. Video by WB Khor.

Pterygium Excision And Conjunctival Autograft With Sutures

Pterygium Excision And Conjunctival Autograft...

Excision of a primary pterygium, harvesting of a superior conjunctival autograft, and closure with 8/0 virgin silk. Video by WB Khor

Stone Basket

Stone Basket

This video shows stone basket is designed for use during ureteroscopy to remove a stones.

Percutaneous Nephrolithotripsy

Percutaneous Nephrolithotripsy

This video shows percutaneous nephrolithotripsy. It is a surgical procedure to remove stones from the kidney by a small puncture wound (up to about 1 cm) through the skin. It is most suitable to remove stones of more than 2 cm in size and which are present near the pelvic region. It is usually done under general anesthesia.

Intentional Exposure AlloDerm Root Coverage Grafting

Intentional Exposure AlloDerm Root Coverage...

Dermal grafting for periodontal soft tissue surgeries generally require coverage of the material. In this case the graft was left exposed out of the soft tissue, but remained "covered" with a periodontal dressing.

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