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Recto-vaginal Fistula (2 of 3)

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Recto-Vaginal fistula due to cervix carcinoma. Patient has colostomy in asa. Radiation used in the treatment of pelvic malignancies may result in RVF. Fistulas that occur during therapy are usually...

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Radiation Telangectasia in Rectum After...

Gottumukkala Raju

Video shows a case of patient after irradiation for prostate cancer who developed rectal bleeding. APC coagulation was performed to small areas of angioectasias superficially and focally.

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Colonoscopy - Rectum - APC of Bleeding Angioectasia

Gottumukkala Raju

This video shows a management of radiation telangiectasia after pelvic radiation. Active bleeding was seen in the rectum adjacent to which was a very subtle angioectasia which was treated with argon plasma...

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Enbloc Endoscopic Mucosal Resection Of A...

Gottumukkala Raju

This particular video shows a a case of a man with a large flat lesion in the rectum found on screening. A 2 cm lesion in the rectum was found. Submucosal injection of Indigo carmine solution and snare...

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Status Post Rubber Band Ligation for Internal...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Endoscopic Image of Rubber Band Ligation for Internal Hemorrhoids The Second treatment with band that strangulated the hemorrhoids Five minutes after the second band has been applied , it is observed...

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Hypertrophied Papillae of the Rectum

Gastroenterology Atlas

In addition to the hypertrofied papillae, some internal hemorrhoids are observed, through the image in retroflexed view.

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Colonoscopy - Rectum - Laterally Spreading...

Gottumukkala Raju

This video shows a large lesion in the rectum. Piecemeal resection of laterally spreading tumor (LST) of the granular type in rectum was performed.

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Sigmoid-Rectal Resection With Colo-Rectal...

Giorgio

This video presents sigmoid-rectal resection with colo-rectal stapler anasomosis.

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Rectal Discharge with Mucoid Secretion

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This 47 year-old female, who has been suffering of rectal discharge with mucoid secretion.

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Colonoscopy: EMR of Rectal Flat Lesion

Gottumukkala Raju

This video presents a case of EMR of a flat lesion in rectum.

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Prolapsed Hemorrhoid (1 of 4)

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Stage III - Internal hemorrhoids that bleed and prolapse with straining and require manual effort for replacement into the anal canal.

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Cervix Carcinoma Infiltrating the Rectum

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Invasive cervical cancer, The prognosis is based on the stage, size, and histologic grade of the primary tumor and the status of the lymph nodes. Assessment of the stage of disease is important in...

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Enormous Sessile Adenoma Of The Rectum (1...

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The primary clinical importance of colorectal adenomas is their well-recognized relationship to colorectal cancer. An abundance of scientific data indicate that almost all colorectal cancers arise...

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Colonoscopy - Rectum - Laterally Spreading...

Gottumukkala Raju

This video shows a large lesion in the rectum. Piecemeal resection of laterally spreading tumor (LST) of the granular type in rectum was performed.

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Third-degree Hemorrhoids

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Third degree hemorrhoids prolapse but require "manual reduction.

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Colonoscopy - Rectum - Radiation Telangectasia...

Gottumukkala Raju

This video shows a radiation telangectasia with an ulcer of the rectum. One should be careful if cautery of the rectum with APC is undertaken in such cases with an ulcer (indicative of underlying ischemia)...

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Recto-vaginal Fistula (1 of 3)

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Patient has Cervical Cancer, developed a rectovaginal fistula. The most common etiology is obstetric injury, followed by radiation injury, inflammatory bowel disease ([IBD], most often Crohn disease),...

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Confluent Ulcers

Gastroenterology Atlas

The rectum is hyperemic and some confluent ulcers are observed. We found that patient had proctiitis due to amebiasis. After the treatment, the clinical presentation improved.

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Laparoscopic Anterior Resection Of Rectum

Michał Wszoła

Anterior resection of rectum is performed if the anal sphincter and the colon continuity are possible to maintain. For this to be possible there must be ability to leave at least 1 cm of cancer free rectum,...

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Excision Of Polyp In Rectum

Christos Karalis

Endoscopic ultrasound is a very helpful technique in evaluation, if a polyp is still in in situ stage and may be excised by endoscopic way or if surgically removal is inevitable. The following video shows...

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Single Incision Laparoscopic Proctocolectomy

Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons

Video shows single incision laparoscopic proctocolectomy. Single incision laparoscopy it is a minimally invasive surgical procedure-the doctor operates through a single entry point. Proctocolectomy is...

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Pararectal tumor Excision - Laparoscopic...

Maher Hussein

This video presents laparoscopic excision of pararectal tumor.

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Rectum Retroflexed Normal

Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons

This video shows the retroflexed scope in the rectum looking back at the distal rectum and proximal anus; the internal hemorrhoids are visible where the 20 cm mark can be seen.

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Recto-vaginal Fistula (3 of 3)

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The image and the video display a colonoscopy being performed from the rectum and through the colostomy. For more details download the video clip.

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Rectal Prolapse In Adult
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Rectal Prolapse In Adult

Anil Khetarpal

This medical photo presents an adult patient with rectal prolapse. Rectal prolapse more often occurs in infants and children and then usually heals without surgery. Adult patients need surgical treatment.

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Prolapsed Hemorrhoid (2 of 4)

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Stage III - Internal hemorrhoid that Prolapsed internal hemorrhoids extend into the anal canal or through the anus, outside the anal sphincter; with these, pain usually ensues. (If the internal hemorrhoid...

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Prolapsed Hemorrhoid (3 of 4)

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Protrusion can occur with both internal and external varicosities; while some may regress spontaneously, others may require manual replacement. Other symptoms may include steady aching in the affected...

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Rubber Band Ligation of Hemorrhoids (2 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Endoscopic View of Rubber Band Ligation for Internal Hemorrhoids The band causes the hemorrhoid to wither and drop off painlessly. The treatment is usually applied to one hemorrhoid at a time at...

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma - Colonoscopy (4 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Immediately after the anus the neoplasia is seen. Many factors increase the risk for rectal cancer, including the following: High-fat, low-fiber diet Age greater than 50 years Personal history of colorectal...

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Internal Hemorrhoids (2 of 2)

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Same case as above. Retroflexed image.

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Rectal Carcinoma At The Second Valve

Gastroenterology Atlas

The video clip displays internal hemorrhoids. It is a common situation that the medical history reveals when the patient had been under prior treatment for hemorrhoids, over a long period of time,...

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Tubulo - Villous Rectal Adenoma - Endoscopy (24 of 35)
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Tubulo - Villous Rectal Adenoma - Endoscopy...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Photograph of some of the fragments Macroscopic details of the removed tumor,

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Rubber Band Ligation of Hemorrhoids (3 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Retroflexed Image. In 1954, Blaisdel invented the first automatic ligator of hemorrhoids, which was modified by Barron in 1962. From that time, the ligation of hemorrhoids is widely used as an alternative...

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Rectal Prolapse In A Small Child
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Rectal Prolapse In A Small Child

Anil Khetarpal

This medical photo presents a small child with rectal prolapse. Rectal prolapse more often occurs in infants and children and then usually heals without surgery. Adult patients need surgical treatment.

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Rectal Trauma (1 of 2)

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An 82 year-old Homosexual, with severe rectal hemorrhage due to rectal trauma with blunt object.

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Rectum - EMR Scar

Gottumukkala Raju

Video presents a case of middle aged man who underwent EMR of a large rectal polyp. Post procedure, on day 5, there was bleeding from the EMR site, which stopped on its own. Followup colonoscopy at 6...

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Tubular Adenoma

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Of the third rectal valve some diverticulae are observed nearby. Most colonic polyps are asymptomatics. Adenomoatous Polyps result of epithelial and dysplasia. Tree types: tubular, villous and...

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Serrated Mass

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 32 year-old physician, who had rectal bleeding. A large mass between the second and third rectal valve is appreciated. The histopathologic study reveled tubular adenoma. The "hyperplastic polyp"...

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Rectal Prolapse In Adult - Another Shot
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Rectal Prolapse In Adult - Another Shot

Anil Khetarpal

This medical photo presents an adult patient with rectal prolapse. Rectal prolapse more often occurs in infants and children and then usually heals without surgery. Adult patients need surgical treatment.

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Rectal Prolapse In A Small Child - Other Shot
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Rectal Prolapse In A Small Child - Other...

Anil Khetarpal

This medical photo presents a small child with rectal prolapse. Rectal prolapse more often occurs in infants and children and then usually heals without surgery. Adult patients need surgical treatment.

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Colonoscopy - Rectum Adenocarcinoma (2 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Same case as above the video clip displays the colonoscope through the ulcerated tumor and an adenomatous polyp is appreciated.

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Rectal Endoscopy - Adenocarcinoma (1 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 66 year-old female with rectal adenocarcinoma that infiltrated from the first to the third rectal valve.

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Cancer Of The Rectum In EUS, T3N0 Stage

Christos Karalis

The following material shows the EUS examination of rectal cancer in T4N0 stage.

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma - Colonoscopy (5 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The presentation depends on the site of the cancer: Right colon cancers: weight loss, anemia, occult bleeding, mass in right iliac fossa, disease more likely to be advanced at presentation. Left colon...

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The image and the video clip display multiple soft polyps.

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Rubber Band Ligation of Hemorrhoids (1 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rubber Band Ligation - This procedure involves placing a small rubber band at the base of the internal hemorrhoid. The band cuts off blood supply to the hemorrhoid, causing it to shrivel up and fall...

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