Biopsy of Mesenteric Mass to Rule Out NET Using 20ga ProCore

Biopsy of Mesenteric Mass to Rule Out NET Using 20ga ProCore

Patient with mesenteric mass undergoing EUS procedure to rule out a suspected neuroendocrine tumour (NET). Dr Marc Giovannini uses elastography and SonoVue (contrast) and explains how these methods characterise a suspected NET before taking a sample of the mass using a 20ga EchoTip ProCore needle. Prof. Marc Giovannini is a paid consultant for Cook Medical. EchoTip® ProCore™ HD Ultrasound Biopsy Needle. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE (IFU): https://www.cookmedical.com/data/IFU_PDF/IFU0077-4.PDF MORE INFO: https://www.cookmedical.com/product/-/catalog/echotip-procore-high-definition-ultrasound-biopsy-needle?ds=esc_echoc_webds IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please review prior to use. INTENDED USE: This device is used with an ultrasound endoscope for fine needle biopsy, (FNB), of submucosal lesions, mediastinal masses, lymph nodes and intraperitoneal masses within or adjacent to the gastrointestinal tract. NOTES: Do not use this device for any purpose other than stated intended use. If package is opened or damaged when received, do not use. Visually inspect with particular attention to kinks, bends and breaks. If an abnormality is detected that would prohibit proper working condition, do not use. Please notify Cook for return authorization. Store in a dry location, away from temperature extremes. Use of this device restricted to a trained healthcare professional. CONTRAINDICATIONS: Those specific to primary endoscopic procedure to be performed in gaining access to desired site. Coagulopathy. POTENTIAL COMPLICATIONS: Those associated with gastrointestinal endoscopy include, but are not limited to: perforation, hemorrhage, aspiration, fever, infection, allergic reaction to medication, hypotension, respiratory depression or arrest, cardiac arrhythmia or arrest, damage to blood vessels, nerve damage, and acute pancreatitis. Those associated with EUS needle biopsy include but are not limited to: pain, death, peritonitis, portal vein gas and thrombosis, pneumoperitoneum and tumor seeding of the needle tract. WARNINGS: Not for use in the heart or vascular system. The tip of the needle and stylet are sharp and could cause injury to the patient or user if not used with caution. PRECAUTIONS: Refer to package label for minimum channel size required for this device. Ensure the stylet is fully inserted when advancing the needle into the biopsy site. When targeting multiple sites, replace device for each site. Needle must be retracted into sheath and thumbscrew on safety ring must be locked to hold needle in place prior to introduction, advancement or withdrawal of device. Failure to retract needle may result in damage to endoscope.

Laparoscopic right colectomy-complex dissection: Giant mesenteric mass

Laparoscopic right colectomy-complex dissection: Giant mesenteric mass

Presented by Alessio Pigazzi at the Video Face-Off Panel: Lap Right Colon held during the 2017 SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Friday, March 24, 2017

Robotic Small Bowel and Mesenteric Mass Resection of Neuroendocrine Tumor

Robotic Small Bowel and Mesenteric Mass Resection of Neuroendocrine Tumor

This patient presented with abdominal pain. CT demonstrated a mass in the mesentery. Colonoscopy negative. PET/CT did not demonstrate other lesions. He underwent resection with findings of a 2 cm well differentiated tumor of the small bowel metastatic to the mesenteric lymph nodes (3/14). Final path T3N1G1 margins all negative

Laparoscopic excision biopsy of mesenteric liposarcoma

Laparoscopic excision biopsy of mesenteric liposarcoma

Laparoscopic biopsy of mesenteric mass. Pathology report: de-defferentiated liposarcoma G3. Surgeon Sergey Baydo. Full-time not edited video.

radiology rounds 037 differential diagnosis of mesenteric and peritoneal masses solid

radiology rounds 037 differential diagnosis of mesenteric and peritoneal masses solid

MINI-TALK ABOUT THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF SOLID MESENTERIC AND PERITONEAL MASSES. HOPPING YOU LIKE IT . DR HISHAM ALKHATIB

Carcinoid tumor in mesentery with desmoplastic reaction

Carcinoid tumor in mesentery with desmoplastic reaction

MR and CT images demonstrate a mass in the right lower quadrant mesentery with adjacent desmoplastic reaction, classic for a mesenteric metastasis from carcinoid.

Lap Small Bowel and Mesenteric Resection for Neuroendocrine Tumour

Lap Small Bowel and Mesenteric Resection for Neuroendocrine Tumour

This patient presented with pain and was found to have a mesenteric and small bowel mass. Work up suggested a Neuroendocrine tumour of the small bowel without distant metastases. The patient did not have the carcinoid syndrome. This video demonstrates the work-up and surgical approach.

Mesenteric cyst

Mesenteric cyst

Laparoscopic resection a giant abdominal cyst. It was located in the lesser sac, pushing the transverse meso-colon downward. The Treitz ligament is seen pushed to the right. Peeling from the superior aspect of the meso-colon was relatively easy. An endoloop is used to reduce the cyst floppiness and assist in handling and pulling.

What Is Mesenteric Adenitis?

What Is Mesenteric Adenitis?

Mesenteric lymphadenitis symptoms and causes mayo clinic. How is it diagnosed and what treatments are 23 aug 2016 mesenteric lymphadenitis learn about a temporary condition that causes stomach pain in children teens mimics the warning signs lymphadenitis, which also called adenitis, usually results from an intestinal infection. This process may be acute or chronic, depending on the 6 dec 2015 mesenteric adenitis is a self limited inflammatory that affects lymph nodes in right lower quadrant. Mesenteric adenitis is a mild condition which causes temporary pain in the abdomen. Mesenteric lymphadenitis overview mayo clinicradiology reference article mesenteric adenitis what you need to know drugs. It is sometimes called 13 jun 2017 webmd explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of mesenteric lymphadenitis an inflammation lymph nodes 5 jan refers to. Mesenteric lymphadenitis background, pathophysiology, etiology. Mesenteric adenitis symptoms, causes, treatment and facts. 12 apr 2017 learn more about mesenteric adenitis, a condition that commonly affects children 23 jul 2017 mesenteric adenitis means swollen (inflamed) lymph glands in the tummy (abdomen), which causes tummy pain. Often it is used to refer mesenteric adenitis an inflammation of the lymph nodes in abdomen. It clears up without treatment what is mesenteric adenitis? Mesenteric adenitis a mild condition which causes temporary pain in the abdomen. This tissue also has lymph nodes. Mesenteric adenitis tameside hospital. He's got a cold at the mo, fever and primary mesenteric adenitis is defined as three or more rlq lymph nodes measuring 5mm larger with without mild terminal ileal wall thickening of introduction. It mainly affects children and mesenteric adenitis is a self limiting inflammatory process that the lymph nodes in right lower quadrant, clinically often mistaken for care guide. What is mesenteric adenitis? Netdoctorwinchester hospital. Tummy), mainly in childrenMesenteric adenitis symptoms, causes, and more healthlinewhat is masenteric adenitis? Information mesenteric lymphadenitis treatment. Its clinical 3 may 2017 in this article, learn about mesenteric adenitis, which is also known as lymphadenitis. If it occurs in ajr am j roentgenol. Mesenteric adenitis symptoms, causes, and more healthline. Mesenteric adenitis symptoms, causes, and more healthlinewhat is masenteric adenitis? Information mesenteric lymphadenitis treatment. Mesenteric adenitis symptoms, causes, treatments healthgradesmesenteric ct diagnosis of primary versus secondary anyone know about mesenteric adenitis? ? the clinical advisor. It can be caused by the bacterium yersinia enterocolitica. Mesenteric adenitis east cheshire nhs trust. 2002 apr;178(4) 853 8. Tummy), usually in children. Mesenteric adenitis is swelling in these lymph 27 oct 2011 what mesenteric adenitis? Also known as lymphadenitis, refers to medical condition which the 14 nov 2016 information including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, causes

Ablation of mesenteric tumor in peritoneal carcinomatosis with APCapplicator

Ablation of mesenteric tumor in peritoneal carcinomatosis with APCapplicator

The APCapplicator with an integrated filter – wide range of applications in argon plasma coagulation and argon-assisted electrosurgery. All combined in the new disposable handle from Erbe. Visit http://apc.erbe-med.com for further information about Argon plasma coagulation More videos on www.medical-videos.com Important information We have prepared this document with care. Nonetheless, we cannot completely rule out errors in this document. The information, recommendations and other data („Information“) contained in this document reflect our state of knowledge and the state of science and technology at the time of preparing the document. The information is of a general nature, non-binding and serves solely for general information purposes and does not represent instructions for use or notes on application. The information and recommendations contained in this document do not constitute any legal obligations by Erbe Elektromedizin GmbH as well as their associated companies („Erbe″) or any other claims against Erbe. The information does not represent a guarantee or other quality statement, these require the express contractual arrangement with Erbe in individual cases. Erbe shall not be liable for any type of damage resulting from following information given in this document, regardless of the legal reason for liability. Every user of an Erbe product is responsible for checking the respective Erbe product for ist properties as well as the suitability for the intended type of application or intended purpose in advance. The suitable type of application of the respective Erbe product is given by the user manual and the notes on use for the corresponding Erbe product. The user is obliged to check whether the existing user manual and the notes on use correspond with the status for the specific Erbe product. The devices may only be used according to the user manual and the notes on use. The information on setting values, application sites, duration of application and the use of the respective Erbe product is based on the clinical experience of physicians independent from Erbe. They represent guidelines which need to be checked by the user for their suitability for the actual planned application. Depending on the circumstances of an actual application case, it may be necessary to deviate from the information provided. The user has to check this on his/her own responsibility in each case when using an Erbe product. We wish to point out that science and technology is constantly subject to new developments arising from research and clinical experience. For this reason it may be necessary for the user to deviate from the information provided in this document. This document contains information about Erbe products which may possibly not be approved in a specific country. The user of the respective Erbe product is obliged to inform him/herself whether the Erbe product he/she is using is legally approved in his/her country and/or if legal requirements or restrictions for use possibly exist and to which extent. This document is not intended for users in the USA.

Top Videos -  loading... Change country
Load 10 more videos
 
Latest Searches
 
Sorry, You can't play this video
00:00/00:00
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE