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Repositioning Rather than Replacing: The Management of a Dislodged Lumen-Apposing Metal Stent in a Walled-Off Necrosis

Video Author: A. Fugazza, M. Colombo, R. Gabbiadini, et al
Published on: 06.08.2020
Associated with: American Journal of Gastroenterology. 115(6):811, June 2020

The video demonstrates a rapid and simple technique for repositioning of a dislodged lumen-apposing metal stent in walled-off necrosis without the need to use a new one.

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Duration: 2:36
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Creator: A. Fugazza, M. Colombo, R. Gabbiadini, et al
Duration: 2:36
The video demonstrates a rapid and simple technique for repositioning of a dislodged lumen-apposing metal stent in walled-off necrosis without the need to use a new one.
Creator: Shasha Wang, Ningli Chai, Jingyuan Xiang, et al
Duration: 3:24
The video demonstrates endoscopic retrieval of a migrated LAMS from the abdominal cavity, a process that typically requires surgery.
Creator: Longsong Li, Enqiang Linghu, Zantao Wang, Ningli Chai
Duration: 2:05
The video demonstrates endoscopic retrieval of a migrated LAMS from the abdominal cavity, a process that typically requires surgery.
Creator: Z. Tao, L. Sun, X. Zhou, X. Hu
Duration: 0:48
The video demonstrates use of N-butyl-2-cyanoacrylate injection for treatment of rectal ejection hemorrhage and rectal ulcer.
Creator: Z. Tao, L. Sun, X. Zhou, X. Hu
Duration: 0:48
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Duration: 7:05
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Creator: Xiao Hu, MD, et al.
Duration: 2:55
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Creator: ZA Sobani, MD, et al
Duration: 3:13
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Creator: Abdelhai Abdelqader, MD, et al
Duration: 2:18
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Creator: Xianhui Zeng, MD, et al
Duration: 1:27
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Creator: Hirotugu Maruyama, MD, et al
Duration: 1:14
An endoscopic nasobiliary drainage (ENBD) tube is repositioned in the bile duct.
Creator: Malay Sharma, MD, DM, et al
Duration: 4:22
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Duration: 3:31
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Duration: 0:38
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Creator: Takahashi K, Fujiya M, Ueno N, et al.
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