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Endoscopic Choanal Atresia Repair
www.sinuscentro.com.br - Edited video of an endoscopic repair of a right side choanal atresia at a 10 month-old child. Note the use of crossed flaps to cover exposed bone and reduce the possibility of stenosis. Note also the use of ear instruments and ear endoscope (3 mm in diameter and 14 cm in length) to perform the procedure in such a narrow cavity.
How to Read a MRI of Cervical Stenosis with Spinal Cord Injury | Spine Surgeon in Colorado
Website: http://neckandback.com, Forum: http://askspinedoc.com, Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=necka... Appt: 970-479-5895 Connect with Dr. Corenman: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/neckandback Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/drcorenman Back Pain Book: http://whybackshurt.com Presentations: http://www.slideshare.net/neckandback Images and Illustrations: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neckandback/ LinkedIn, visit: http://www.linkedin.com/in/drdonaldcorenmanspinesurgeon Dr. Donald Corenman is one of a handful of neck and back doctors that are both a MD and doctor of chiropractic (DC). His practice with the Steadman Clinic in Vail, CO serves the Vail Denver area. Patients travel from the US and abroad seeking resolution for chronic back pain and failed surgical treatment. Dr. Donald Corenman, MD, DC (http://neckandback.com | 970-479-5895), is a nationally recognized spine surgeon in Colorado and spine specialist with extensive experience in diagnosing and treating injuries, disorders and degenerative conditions of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. He currently practices at the Spine Institute at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, CO. Dr. Corenman has spent years researching the spine and is an expert in cervical stenosis with spinal cord injury. He created this video to help with understanding the MRI of cervical stenosis with spinal cord injury. This video is designed for the primary care physician or specialist such as a Chiropractor or Physical Therapist to use to learn how to read and understand the MRI of the cervical spine with spinal cord compression. The central canal can narrow in many patients and compression of the spinal cord can result. This can lead to a condition of myelopathy (please see video section on myelopathy) or can result in a spinal cord injury if the patient has an impact in the front of the head forcing the neck backwards. Dr. Corenman is very passionate about educating fellow colleagues and patients about specific neck, back and spine-related conditions and the treatment options that are available. Dr. Corenman is a renown spine surgeon in Colorado. You can learn more about Dr. Corenman, his practice, the spine conditions he treats and review his vast library of resources by visiting his website at http://neckandback.com Please review this video to learn more about understanding the MRI of cervical stenosis with spinal cord injury. Visit Dr. Corenman's website to learn more about the anatomy of the spine and other conditions associated with the spine. You can also view the diverse selection of presentations he has on the neck and spine at http://www.slideshare.net/neckandback Visit Dr. Corenman on LinkedIn! Go to: http://www.linkedin.com/in/drdonaldcorenmanspinesurgeon
Views: 294881 Donald Corenman, MD, DC
Dr Ramani : 02 : Internal Decompression for Spinal Stenosis : Part 2
Dr P S Ramani is a senior consultant Neuro and Spinal Surgeon based in Mumbai, India. This pioneer spinal surgeon has developed several techniques in Spinal Surgery relevant to the prevailing medical, infrastructural and socio-economic conditions of the subcontinent which have been widely acclaimed the world over For more details visit www.drramani.com
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X-Stop Procedure Animated
X-Stop Procedure Animated
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Stenosis of External Auditory Canal
www.sinuscentro.com.br - Edited video showin an endoscopic surgery to correct a traumatic fibrotic stenosis of the external auditory canal.
First "completed" video. Dave's audio is filler. Dr. Ivancic's audio will be final.
Views: 1275 David Kozminski
Combined Atresia-Microtia v2
Details the newly described Surgical Procedure performed by Drs. Joseph Roberson and John Reinisch to reconstruct the congenital malformation Atresia - Microtia where patients are born without an ear canal and outer ear.
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M-Meatoplasty by Thomas Linder
Accompanies chapter on meatoplasty (https://vula.uct.ac.za/access/content/group/ba5fb1bd-be95-48e5-81be-586fbaeba29d/Meatoplasty.pdf) in Open Access Atlas of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Operative Surgery (www.entdev.uct.ac.za)
Views: 7236 Johan Fagan
Meatoplasty of the ear canal
How to enlarge the outer part of the ear canal. Surgical method and video by Jan Grenner MD, Lund University, Sweden. A paper with figures describing the technique is found in Journal of Otolaryngology 07/1996; 25(3):188-90. Here is a link to the speaker text and a few explanatory figures: http://lup.lub.lu.se/luur/download?func=downloadFile&recordOId=3408727&fileOId=3408730
Views: 195543 Jan Grenner
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis and Treatment Explained by Dr. Hamada
Orthopaedic spine surgeon Dr. James Hamada, explains lumbar spinal stenosis (pinched nerves in the lower spine) and a new treatment option called X-Stop. Learn more at: http://www.hamadamd.com/
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DB 115 Endoskopische Bandscheibenoperation - PAL 16:9 / DB 115 Endoscopic Disc surgery - PAL 16:9
Kategorie C - Liegt zur Lizenzierung ohne Wasserzeichen in folgendem Format vor: 1024x576. Die Einbettung mit Wasserzeichen ist kostenlos - Hoogland Spine Products bietet eine sichere Methode zur minimalinvasiven Banscheibenoperation bei Bandscheibenvorfällen. Für nähere Informationen besuchen Sie unsere Webseite: www.max-more.com - English: Category C - full version without watermark 1024x576 (check terms and conditions at www.teledesign.de) The embed version with watermark is free of charge. - Description on demand English: Hoogland spine products provides a secure way to remove herniated disc tissue by minimal invasive approach. For further informations see: www.max-more.com
Views: 57021 Nikolai Holzach
Retroauricular Aural Atresia Repair by Prof. Thomas Linder 3D 1080p
Surgery and commentary by Prof. Dr. med Thomas Linder Video edited by Dr. Selcuk Mulazimoglu, see description for 3D watching tips... For educational courses: http://fimf.ch/activities/ Select 1080p Quality from Settings to watch in full resolution. For 3D watching: Use a 3D TV (Side by Side view with 3D function on) or use red-cyan Anaglyph 3D Glasses with supported web browsers (eg. Google Chrome) or use 3D smart phones. Choose your viewing method by clicking on Settings icon in the lower right corner of the screen. For 2D watching: Click Settings icon in the lower right corner of the screen, click 3D (Settings) and click 2D. Works with supported web browsers only (eg. Google Chrome).
Meatoplasty operated by Tamás Karosi MD PhD HSc
Meatoplasty - a surgical procedure for rehabilitation of congenital soft tissue obliteration of the external auditory canal.
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Spinal Stenosis
What is exactly is spinal stenosis? What are the symptoms? What is the treatment?
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SED Foraminoplasty (L5-S1) - YESS Technique
This video shows a 2-year follow-up with a Selective Endoscopic Discectomy Foraminoplasty using the YESS technique. The patient is 56 year old female PA with foraminal HNP, chronic L5 sciatica and lateral recess stenosis. She was still asymptomatic 2 years later. After the procedure - the specimen material consisted of 60% bone, 40% disc.
L'angioplastica coronarica
http://www.centrolottainfarto.it Da dieci anni gli interventi di by-pass presentano una netta diminuzione a causa del crescente numero di ammalati di angina pectoris che vengono sottoposti a coronaroplastica o angioplastica coronarica transluminale e alluso di stent coronarici. Nel 1964 gli angiologi avevano cominciato a dilatare i restringimenti delle arterie delle gambe comprimendo la placca aterosclerotica, finché è ancora friabile, nello spessore della parete dell'arteria. Poiché la dilatazione aveva successo in una significativa percentuale di casi, il cardiologo svizzero Andrea Gruentzig nel 1977 l'applicò nei restringimenti delle coronarie. Le difficoltà che dovette superare furono grandissime perché le coronarie hanno un calibro di pochissimi millimetri, assai inferiore a quello delle arterie delle gambe. Anche se la tecnica è all'apparenza semplice, Gruentzig aveva lavorato per tredici anni alla sua messa a punto. Un catetere introdotto in un'arteria dellinguine o del braccio raggiunge la coronaria colpita dalla stenosi. All'interno del catetere ne viene introdotto un altro a doppio canale e con un palloncino gonfiabile vicino alla punta. Un canale serve a misurare la pressione del sangue nella coronaria, l'altro a introdurre mezzo di contrasto iodato per gonfiare il palloncino. Quando questo ha raggiunto la zona ristretta viene gonfiato in modo da schiacciare la placca aterosclerotica stenosante contro la parete. A questo punto per ottenere un risultato più duraturo, dopo aver dilatato il palloncino, viene impiantato uno stent. Lo stent coronarico è un impalcatura metallica ( o acciaio o lega) che ha la funzione di mantenere aperta larteria coronaria e prevenirne la richiusura. Gli stent variano da una lunghezza tra 8mm e 33mm ed un diametro tra i 2,25mm e 5,00mm. Gli stent di nuova generazione hanno la capacità di rilasciare un farmaco che ha la funzione di prevenire una eccessiva cicatrizzazione allinterno dello stent che procurerebbe un nuovo restringimento dellarteria coronaria trattata. La coronarografia, eseguita con lo stesso catetere dopo aver terminato la procedura, darà la conferma del miglioramento. I vantaggi dell angioplastica coronarica rispetto al by-pass sono evidenti: non si tratta di un intervento chirurgico, non è necessaria l'apertura del torace, l'ammalato resta in ospedale pochi giorni. Langioplastica coronarica, in pochi minuti, può portare a risultati sorprendenti trasformando una stenosi serrata, causa di grave angina pectoris o di infarto del miocardio, in una semplice irregolarità della parete coronarica che non provoca più alcun disturbo. I migliori risultati si ottengono quando la stenosi è unica, non troppo estesa, di insorgenza relativamente recente e senza calcificazioni. Le complicanze a seguito di questa tecnica sono divenute progressivamente più rare. I successi immediati sono intorno al 95 per cento dei casi, alcuni sono però temporanei: dopo un anno circa il 15% dei casi presenta nuovamente una stenosi coronarica. In questi casi si può fare una nuova dilatazione oppure il by-pass. Le indicazioni alla angioplastica coronarica col progredire dell'esperienza si sono allargate. Attualmente viene eseguita la dilatazione di più rami coronarici anche nel corso di una sola seduta o in sedute successive. (Link Società Italiana Cardiologia interventistica).
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Microtia - Ear Creation/Reconstruction Surgery - Dr. S.M Balaji
Microtia is a congenital condition in which there in poor development of ears. Microtia correction involves staged reconstruction of the ear using autogenous costal cartilage. Shown is a case of microtia with partially developed ear and a closed (stenotic) external ear canal producing a conductive hearing loss. These cases requires multiple stages of surgery where in costal cartilage is harvested and contoured to form the external framework and positioning is done in the first stage followed and ear lifting and keyhole surgeries at a subsequent stages.
Views: 28075 BALAJI SM
Atresioplasty Surgery for Congenital Atresia of the External Auditory Canal performed Dr. Prahlada N.B, Karnataka ENT Hospital & Research Center, Chitradurga, Karnataka, India. This presentation by Dr. Prahlada N.B won a Gold Medial during South Zone Conference of Association of Otolaryngologists of India.
Views: 4672 Prahlad Basanth
Surfer ear surgery (exostoses removal) - Dr. Djalilian
This is a surgery showing the removal of a large exostosis. Exostoses are bony growths in the ear canal from chronic exposure to cold water/air, most commonly from surfing. This patient had growths in both ears, which were completely obstructing the ear canals. This patient had a single exostosis that was blocking this side (the right side).
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Neck/Arm Pain: Foraminal Stenosis with Radiculopathy Patient
Maxie was on duty in his patrol car when he was rear ended. At the time he did not experience any pain related to his accident. 5 years later Maxie began to experience neck pain running down his shoulder and into his right arm. Maxie said, its like someone put your shoulder in a vise and clamped down so hard that the pain would radiate into your neck and you could feel it in your eye socket. Maxie tried acupuncture and massage therapy which seemed to temporarily relieved the pain but it always returned. To Maxie, the pain was just an irritating part of life that he had to put up with and built up a tolerance for. But the pain slowly got worse and Maxie went back into his medical care group and they scheduled Maxie for X-rays to be taken in 4 months. Maxie continued working and while patrolling on his motor bike he hit an oil slick and lost control of his motorcycle, laying it down on the road. When he attempted to right his motorcycle, Maxie aggravated his older injury. When he was taken for treatment, the Doctor noticed a muscle in his neck and shoulder twitching. The Doctor sent Maxie in for an MRI. The MRI showed a severe bone spur at level C4-5 and C5-6. Maxie was given the option of having a cortisone shot or surgery. Maxie opted for surgery as the cortisone shot was not going to fix the problem. He was referred to Dr. Hamada who confirmed that Maxie had severe foraminal stenosis with radiculopathy. Dr. Hamada gave Maxie two options, one being bone fusion the other a foraminotomy. The fusion would probably require Maxie to retire from his physically demanding job. The foraminotomy would allow Maxie to continue working and Maxie chose to continue working. Dr. Hamada performed a foraminotomy at C4-5 and C5-6 with decompression. After waking up from surgery Maxie realized he was pain free. He also started to get a little upset at the nurses because they kept waking him up every 30 minutes (standard procedure) to insure there was no paralysis or complications. But Maxie was experiencing some of the best sleep he had over the last 5 years. He also did not need the morphine that was available at the push of a button. He realized just how much pain he was in prior to surgery, that he had gotten use to the pain. Maxie was back at work within 12 weeks with no limitations. Maxie said that prior to the surgery my family would have to deal with a grump when I came home, after surgery the grump didnt come home anymore. Learn more at: www.HamadaMD.com
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Cervical Spine Surgery (ACDF) - Swallow & Voice Problems
https://www.FauquierENT.net - This video shows how cervical spine surgery (ACDF) can potentially cause hoarseness and swallowing problems post-operatively. Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fauquierent Follow us on FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/fauquierent
Views: 169721 Fauquier ENT
Ear Wax (Cerumen) Removal in HD
Impacted ear wax is very common and can cause hearing loss, discomfort and congestion. ENT evaluation and treatment is often required. Here is an illustration of how cerumen is often removed at the ENT surgeon's office. Moshe Ephrat, MD, FACS Lake Success, NY 516-775-2800
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Ear Bone Reconstruction Surgery _ Dr Nirmal Patel
An operation video of ear bone reconstruction surgery. For more surgery videos please visit: http://www.HillsENT.com This video is provided as a patient education resource only. To learn more about ear bone reconstruction and find a local Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon (Otolaryngologist) in Australia: www.asohns.org.au
Cervical Spondylosis
What exactly is cervical spondylosis? What are the symptoms? What is the diagnosis? What is the treatment?
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X Stop for treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis by Dr. Shamie
The spine encloses the spinal canal, which contains a cylinder of nerve tissues called the spinal cord. Normally, there is space between the spinal cord and the interior wall of the spinal canal so that nerves are not pinched. However, as a person ages, the ligaments and bone that surround the spinal canal can thicken, causing spinal stenosis — a narrowing of the spinal canal. The spinal cord and nerve fibers that exit the spinal canal become crowded and pinched due to this narrowing. The X-STOP acts as a spacer that separates the spinous processes, portions of the vertebrae characterized by bumps that run along the spine. Spacing the spinous processes eliminates nerve crowding, releasing pressure on the spinal canal.
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Neurosurgeon Gerald R. Schell, M.D. of Saginaw Valley Neurosurgery describes the Laminectomy procedure, why you might need one, the process before, during, and after the procedure, and your road to recovery. Visit Dr. Schell at http://www.michiganneuro.com
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Endoscopic approach to external auditory canal exostosis
Transcanal endoscopic management of several exostoses of the external auditory canal in a patient with ipsilateral otosclerosis. Furthermore, an anterior canaloplasty was performed to improve the approach in the second-staged stapedotomy.
Views: 8719 Dr. Casqueiro ENT
CT Lumbar
FINDINGS: The L5 vertebral body demonstrates a heterogenous incrased T2/STIR signal and decreased T1 signal. There is approximately 50% loss of height, consistent with a compression fracture, better evaluated on recent CT. There appears to be retropulsion of fracture fragments into the canal causing moderate central canal stenosis and mild neuriforaminal narrowing on the right. The vertebral bodies are normally aligned. The remaining vertebral body heights and disc spaces are well preserved. The signal intensity from the remaining vertebral body bone marrow and spinal cord is normal. The conus medullaris ends at a normal level. No evidence for spinal cord injury. Diffuse osteopenia.
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Very Large Cholesteatoma of the Ear Causing Facial Palsy Dr Paulose FRCS (ENT)
Try a PRIVATE EMAIL CONSULTATION with ENT Surgeon Dr Paulose @ https://drpaulose.com/consult or download his latest book on Snoring & Sleep Apnea @ http://istopsnoring.com/ A cholesteatoma consists of squamous epithelium that is trapped within the middle ear and mastoid which can erode and destroy important structures within the temporal bone. It can cause complications like facial palsy, brain abscess, meningitis etc. Treatment is surgical excision by mastoidectomy. (This is one of the biggest cholesteatoma I have ever seen) Mastoidecomy and clearance of the disease is done in Jubilee Christian Mission Hospital Trivandrum Kerala India. * For Email Consultation, Please visit:http://drpaulose.com/consult For more details and free updates you may subscribe to : http://drpaulose.com * (Jubilee Hospital Trivandrum Kerala South India Tel. 0471 3080300 , 0471 233 4561 OP Clinic Mon-Wed-Friday 9 AM -12 Noon Operation Days Tues-Thu-Saturday 8 AM -2 PM) --- UPDATE --- If you have an ENT health related issues, we strongly recommend visiting any of the following links below. Main Site - http://drpaulose.com Email Consultation - http://drpaulose.com/consult Fix Appointment - http://drpaulose.com/fix Frequently Asked Question - http://drpaulose.com/faq Read About Dr Paulose - http://drpaulose.com/about --- UPDATE ---
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Integrative Biology 131 - Lecture 25:  Spinal Cord and...
Integrative Biology 131: General Human Anatomy. Fall 2005. Professor Marian Diamond. The functional anatomy of the human body as revealed by gross and microscopic examination. The Department of Integrative Biology offers a program of instruction that focuses on the integration of structure and function in the evolution of diverse biological systems. It investigates integration at all levels of organization from molecules to the biosphere, and in all taxa of organisms from viruses to higher plants and animals. The department uses many traditional fields and levels of complexity in forging new research directions, asking new questions, and answering traditional questions in new ways. The various...
Spinal Cord Model
Dixon discusses Enlargements, cord, pia, dura, mater, denticulate ligaments, 8 spinal nerves, cauda equina, sympathetic chain ganglion , paravetrebral ganglia, plexuses, nerve, etc.
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Positive Babinski
This is a patient with a significantly positive Babinksi (upgoing toes) signifying upper motor neuron disease. This is a male patient. Sorry the cell phone camera doesn't do this justice. Update: This patient has cervical spinal canal stenosis on MRI with myelopathy with subsequent upper motor neuron findings as you can see. He is scheduled for spine surgery to hopefully correct the compression of the cervical spinal cord and resolve some of his neck pain and radicular symptoms down the arms, and maybe the clonus and upgoing toes too. **Update as of March 2008: This patient ultimately had significant cervical stenosis causing his upper motor neuron signs but did not have his operation (for various reasons which cannot be described to protect patient privacy). He fell, about a year after these videos, and suddenly could not move all 4 extremities. He was taken for emergent decompressive surgery for his cervical spinal cord. Despite rapid intervention, he is now suffering from a central cord syndrome: he can move his legs better than his arms, but in his case, he is functionally a tetraplegic (quadriplegic - the old term). See eMedicine.com for an article on central cord syndrome.
Views: 325634 videorehab
L5 Fracture Video
FINDINGS: There is a 50% compression fracure at L5 with slight posterior displacement of fracture fragments into the canal. Moderate compression of the canal is noted. There is a moderate neural foramen stenosis at the left at L4-L5. A bone island is noted at L2.
Views: 8375 blakeoneill