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Endoscopic Closure of Esophagopleural Fistula with AMPLATZER™ ASD Closure Device

Video Author: Guturu P, Bilal M, Rangasetty U, et al
Published on: 02.08.2019
Associated with: American Journal of Gastroenterology. 114(2):198, February 2019

An AMPLATZERTM device was used to close a recurring esophagopleural fistula secondary to mycobacterium avium complex infection of the lungs 8 years prior to current presentation.

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Creator: Guturu P, Bilal M, Rangasetty U, et al
Duration: 0:38
An AMPLATZERTM device was used to close a recurring esophagopleural fistula secondary to mycobacterium avium complex infection of the lungs 8 years prior to current presentation.
Creator: Takahashi K, Fujiya M, Ueno N, et al.
Duration: 1:16
Pneumatosis cystoides intestinalis (PCI) is a rare condition characterized by the presence ofgas in the submucosal and/or subserosal compartments of the gastrointestinal tract. Although PCI often resolves spontaneously with conservative therapy, such as bowel rest or oxygensupplementation, surgery is frequently required in cases developing intussusception. We report the first case of PCI with colocolic intussusception in which the endoscopic fine-needleaspiration (EFNA) was useful to cure.



Creator: Guturu P, Bilal M, Rangasetty U, et al
Duration: 0:38
An AMPLATZERTM device was used to close a recurring esophagopleural fistula secondary to mycobacterium avium complex infection of the lungs 8 years prior to current presentation.
Creator: Takahashi K, Fujiya M, Ueno N, et al.
Duration: 1:16
Pneumatosis cystoides intestinalis (PCI) is a rare condition characterized by the presence ofgas in the submucosal and/or subserosal compartments of the gastrointestinal tract. Although PCI often resolves spontaneously with conservative therapy, such as bowel rest or oxygensupplementation, surgery is frequently required in cases developing intussusception. We report the first case of PCI with colocolic intussusception in which the endoscopic fine-needleaspiration (EFNA) was useful to cure.