This was a presentation of an SSC essay I did wrote on Barrett's Oesophagus. Aims to summarise current management of Barrett's and promote the efficacy of endoscopic over surgical, management which is commonplace in Gloucester Hospital (where I was placed with a Gastro firm at the time)
almost 9 years ago
A brief overview of some of the common colorectal operations and complications arising from them. An introduction to stomas and a comparision of the differences between colostomies and ileostomies as well as a few of their potential complications.
about 8 years ago
The gastrointestinal tract (GIT) comprises the stomach, duodenum, jejunum, ileum, colon, rectum and anal canal. The GIT and oesophagus form the alimentary canal. The basic structure of the walls of the alimentary canal has been described on the "Oral Cavity and Oesophagus" page.
over 4 years ago
Welcome back to the LEGO Operating Room! In this episode, Dr Balfour discusses surgery for Crohn's Disease and explains the operation of a small bowel resect...
over 4 years ago
Diagrammatic representation of the development of the head and neck region for undergraduate students, particularly Oral Biology. The module is available thr...
almost 5 years ago
In January 2012 I wrote about a girl who had created a Facebook page because she urgently needed a liver. In August 2004 I had a car accident in Germany, where damaged my limbs and some of my internal organs. That's why I need a liver URGENTLY! Over 26.000 people (family members, doctors, nurses, her friends and students from all parts of the country) followed and liked her page in 3 months. Finally she'd found a suitable liver, and she is fine now. I believe that our generation of health care professionals should be prepared for this and should provide meaningful help, because in the future we can not avoid patients who are interested in social media. E-patients will increasingly use web 2.0 tools as part of their health management and we must respond to that.
almost 7 years ago