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Examination of the lining of the esophagus, stomach, and upper duodenum via flexible endoscopy
EGD
An oxidized regenerated cellulose product that will be absorbed by body tissue; used for hemostasis
Surgicel
Intestinal lipodystrophy, a rare chronic inflammatory disease, and an intestinal disorder of malabsorption. May affect other organs as well
Whipple disease
A Roux-en-Y procedure would be performed to treat what condition?
Massive obesity
This IV solution contains sugar (dextrose), proteins (amino acids), electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride), and vitamins.
TPN
A gastric concretion formed of vegetable fibers, seeds and skins of fruits
Phytobezoar
Used for the prevention of constipation
Colace
A positive Rovsing sign would be indicative of ________.
Acute appendicitis
Suspensory muscle of the duodenum
Ligament of Treitz
A patient would be prescribed ________ for ulcerative colitis.
Asacol
The ________ is a fold of peritoneum passing from the stomach to another abdominal organ.
Omentum
A type of gastrostomy tube
Wilson-Cook
A company known to make various endoscopes, bronchoscopes, video equipment, monitors, and various other instruments used in the medical profession
Pentax
This surgical procedure is used to treat reflux esophagitis and GERD.
Nissen fundoplication
Operative union of two structures
Anastomosis