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Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Surgery

The branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures.



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Colonoscopy - 11
Colonoscopy. The Olympus video colonoscope was inserted through the anus and was advanced in retrograde fashion through the sigmoid colon, descending colon, around the splenic flexure, into the transverse colon, around the hepatic flexure, down the ascending colon, into the cecum.

Colonoscopy - 12
Colonoscopy. The Olympus video colonoscope then was introduced into the rectum and passed by directed vision to the cecum and into the terminal ileum.

Colonoscopy - 13
History of polyps. Total colonoscopy and photography. Normal colonoscopy, left colonic diverticular disease. 3+ benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Colonoscopy - 14
Colonoscopy. History of colon polyps and partial colon resection, right colon. Mild diverticulosis of the sigmoid colon. Hemorrhoids.

Colonoscopy - 15
Colonoscopy. Change in bowel habits and rectal prolapse. Normal colonic mucosa to the cecum.

Colonoscopy - 16
Colonoscopy. Rectal bleeding and perirectal abscess. Normal colonoscopy to the terminal ileum. Opening in the skin at the external anal verge, consistent with drainage from a perianal abscess, with no palpable abscess at this time, and with no evidence of fistulous connection to the bowel lumen.

Colonoscopy - 17
Universal diverticulosis and nonsurgical internal hemorrhoids. Total colonoscopy with photos. The patient is a 62-year-old white male who presents to the office with a history of colon polyps and need for recheck.

Colonoscopy - 18
Possible inflammatory bowel disease. Polyp of the sigmoid colon.. Total colonoscopy with photography and polypectomy.

Colonoscopy - 19
Colonoscopy with terminal ileum examination. Iron deficiency anemia. Following titrated intravenous sedation the flexible video endoscope was introduced into the rectum and advanced to the cecum without difficulty.

Colonoscopy - 2
Colonoscopy in a patient with prior history of anemia and abdominal bloating.

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