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By Bohndorf, U.S.P. Committee of Revision, Citow, Hoang-Xuan, Chen, Jeffrey C. Brandon, Steven K. Teplick

A absolutely illustrated multidisciplinary method of new gastrointestinal interventional techniques


Stay up to date on rising interventional concepts utilized in the tummy, intestines, and esophagus. The contributing authors, together with gastroenterologists, radiologissts, and surgeons, have mixed their services to create this multidisciplinary textual content that covers the main difficult issues within the box, resembling gastrointestinal bleeding, and percutaneous colostomy. And with over one hundred fifty illustrations supplying the aspect had to consultant you thru every one method, it really is key to supporting you replace your skills.

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A syringe is then connected to the Calopinto needle and blood is aspirated while the needle is brought back slowly. When blood is seen, contrast is 17 CHAPTER 18 1 ● GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING KRISTINE J. KRUEGER, LANE S. KANNEGIETER, CHRISTINE EVANKOVICH injected to verify its placement in the portal vein. Once the portal vein has been cannulated, a glide wire is placed, followed by a hockey-stick type of catheter. The Calopinto needle is removed during the course of this exchange and a stiffer wire replaces the glide wire (Fig.

Ann Surg 1973;177:519–526. 33 Chapter 2 Gastrointestinal Stenting: Indications and Techniques Mark G. Cowling Andreas Adam Self-expanding metallic stents are used frequently in many organs, including biliary tract, tracheobronchial tree, and vascular system. In the gastrointestinal (GI) tract they are most often employed in the esophagus, although gastric antral/pyloric, duodenal, and rectosigmoid stenting have also been described. In this chapter, we shall outline the indications for stent insertion at various sites in the GI tract, techniques employed, results, as well as complications and their management.

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