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PHYSICIAN
PLACE
NASOGASTRIC TUBE
TEST
SKIN
TIP
DOCTORS
THROAT
BLOCKAGE
DRAIN
MOUTH
AIR
GALLBLADDER
X-RAYS
ABDOMINAL CAVITY
SYMPTOMS
ENDOSCOPY
STOMACH
DUODENUM
PROCEDURE
INSERTING
BILE DUCTS
BILE DUCT
MEDICATIONS
CYSTIC DUCT
BILE SECRETED
BALLOON
SMALL BALLOON
TINY OPENING
SIGMOIDOSCOPE
LIGHT
VIEWING INSTRUMENT
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
TINY CAMERA
ABDOMEN
CONTRAST MATERIAL
LONG
BLOOD
ANTICANCER DRUGS
SMALL INTESTINE
HEART
ANGIOGRAM
COLON
COLONOSCOPE
RECTUM
SMALL TUBE
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Definitions

  1. A thin tube (catheter) is put into an artery of the arm or leg and passed through the body into the arteries of the heart. (Web site)
  2. A thin tube is place through the scope into the bile ducts, and the dye is injected to highlight the bile ducts on the x-ray.
  3. A thin tube (catheter) is inserted into a blood vessel in the groin and guided to the heart. (Web site)
  4. A thin tube (catheter) is inserted through a vein or artery, depending on whether cardiac tissue is needed from the right or left ventricle.
  5. A thin tube is used to thread a tiny spring-like device through the vagina and uterus into each fallopian tube. (Web site)

Physician

  1. The physician passes a thin tube down the patient's throat into the stomach. (Web site)

Place

  1. Once the IV is in place, a thin tube, called a catheter, is inserted through the IV and into the patient’s blood vessel. (Web site)

Nasogastric Tube

  1. You may need a nasogastric tube, a thin tube inserted through the nose to suction stomach acids and stop nausea and vomiting.

Test

  1. The test is performed by placing a thin tube into the stomach usually with the aid of the endoscope. (Web site)

Skin

  1. In this test, a thin tube is inserted through the skin and into an artery, usually in the groin. (Web site)
  2. The doctor places a thin tube called a catheter in a chest vein, leaving an opening to it outside the skin.

Tip

  1. In this case a small, thin tube with a scope on the tip of it is used to see the inside of the body and to remove the gall bladder.

Doctors

  1. During a cardiac catheterization procedure, doctors insert a thin tube called a catheter into a patient's leg artery, then thread it up to the heart.

Throat

  1. A thin tube containing a tiny camera is passed down your throat and into your stomach. (Web site)

Blockage

  1. Then, a long, thin tube, called a catheter, is passed into the carotid artery in the area of the blockage. (Web site)

Drain

  1. Pericardiocentesis involves using a needle and sometimes a thin tube called a catheter to drain the fluid.

Mouth

  1. An endoscope, a thin tube containing a tiny camera, is inserted through your mouth and down into your stomach to look at the stomach lining. (Web site)

Air

  1. A radiology technologist or nurse will insert a thin tube into the rectum, which will allow your colon to inflate gently with air. (Web site)

Gallbladder

  1. A catheter (thin tube) is passed through the endoscope and inserted into the tubes (ducts) that lead to the pancreas and gallbladder. (Web site)

X-Rays

  1. Intervention radiology includes using X-rays, MRI, and other imaging to move a thin tube in the body, usually in an artery, to treat a disease. (Web site)
  2. ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) uses a thin tube with video and x-rays to locate stones and remove them from the common bile duct.

Abdominal Cavity

  1. A method of delivering fluids and drugs directly into the abdominal cavity through a thin tube. (Web site)

Symptoms

  1. However, if a stone becomes stuck in the ureter (the thin tube between the bladder and the kidney), symptoms can be very severe. (Web site)

Endoscopy

  1. Endoscopy: The doctor inserts a thin tube into your bowel.
  2. Endoscopy - a thin tube is inserted through your oesophagus to allow the doctor to see your pancreas.

Stomach

  1. The esophagus is the thin tube that connects the back of the throat to the stomach. (Web site)
  2. After you've been sedated, a long, thin tube with an attached camera is placed in your mouth, down your esophagus and into your stomach. (Web site)
  3. The doctor passes a thin tube down the throat into the stomach. (Web site)

Duodenum

  1. You'll take some medicine to relax you so your doctor can pass the thin tube through your mouth to your stomach and duodenum.

Procedure

  1. In this procedure, a catheter (a thin tube) is inserted into a forearm or groin artery and threaded into the narrowed heart artery. (Web site)
  2. Either procedure will involve the insertion of a thin tube into the anus.
  3. During the procedure, a long, thin tube was inserted into Harold's mouth and directed into his digestive tract. (Web site)

Inserting

  1. This procedure involves inserting a needle through the skin and placing a thin tube into a duct in the liver.
  2. The parent, and later the child, will be taught to drain the bladder by inserting a thin tube, called a catheter, through the urethra to the bladder. (Web site)

Bile Ducts

  1. The interventional radiologist places a thin tube (catheter) through the skin and into the bile ducts to drain the bile.

Bile Duct

  1. A thin tube then is passed through the endoscope and into the bile duct, and the duct is filled with x-ray contrast solution.
  2. Stent placement: If the tumor is blocking the bile duct, a stent (a thin tube) may be placed in the duct to drain bile that has built up in the area.
  3. The bile duct is identified where it enters the duodenum and a very thin tube is placed into the duct. (Web site)

Medications

  1. After IV sedation with medications to make you sleepy and very relaxed, a small, thin tube with a videocamera (endoscope) is passed through the mouth. (Web site)

Cystic Duct

  1. But if a stone blocks the thin tube (cystic duct) where the bile exits the gallbladder, the gallbladder can become inflamed and painful. (Web site)

Bile Secreted

  1. A Bile canaliculus is a "thin tube that collects bile secreted by hepatocytes", hepatocytes being liver cells. (Web site)
  2. Bile canaliculus (plural: bile canaliculi; also called bile capillaries) is a thin tube that collects bile secreted by hepatocytes. (Web site)

Balloon

  1. A balloon attached to a catheter (a thin tube) is passed along the intestine.

Small Balloon

  1. Doctors use a long, thin tube called a catheter that has a small balloon on its tip. (Web site)
  2. They use a long, thin tube called a catheter that has a small balloon on its tip. (Web site)
  3. During angioplasty, the doctor guides a thin tube (called a catheter) into the narrowed artery and inflates a small balloon.

Tiny Opening

  1. A tiny opening is made in the cystic duct that connects the gallbladder to the bile duct, and a thin tube is introduced to perform a cholangiogram. (Web site)

Sigmoidoscope

  1. A sigmoidoscope is a thin tube with fiberoptics, electronics, a light source, and camera.

Light

  1. It is a long, thin tube with a camera and light on the end. (Web site)
  2. He or she will put a thin tube with a light on it into your chest between two ribs.

Viewing Instrument

  1. An endoscope is a thin tube with a light and a viewing instrument at the end of it.
  2. A sigmoidscope is a thin tube with a light and viewing instrument. (Web site)

Surgical Instruments

  1. Endoscopy. Endoscopy employs insertion of a thin tube containing a tiny camera and surgical instruments in order to make repairs.

Tiny Camera

  1. Your provider puts a thin tube with a tiny camera on the end (the endoscope) through your mouth and down into your upper digestive tract. (Web site)
  2. A long, thin tube with a tiny camera on the end is put through your anus into your rectum (rear-end).
  3. The sigmoidoscope is a long, thin tube with a tiny camera on the end. (Web site)

Abdomen

  1. To relieve symptoms and control pain, the doctor may use a needle or a thin tube to drain fluid that has built up in the chest or abdomen. (Web site)
  2. The surgeon will make a few small incisions into your abdomen and insert a thin tube equipped with a camera along with surgical instruments. (Web site)

Contrast Material

  1. During a hysterosalpingogram, a dye (contrast material) is put through a thin tube that is put through the vagina and into the uterus.
  2. A thin tube called a catheter is then passed through the endoscope into the papilla, and contrast material is injected into the bile or pancreatic ducts. (Web site)

Long

  1. Cardiac catheterization is a diagnostic procedure in which a long thin tube called a catheter is placed in a blood vessel and then guided to the heart. (Web site)
  2. A catheter is a long thin tube through which the doctor can measure pressure or inject a contrast medium (or dye) that can be seen on fluoroscopy or x-ray. (Web site)
  3. An endoscope is a long thin tube with a light and a viewing instrument that sends images to monitor.

Blood

  1. Examples include the flow of oil through a thin tube and blood flow through capillaries. (Web site)
  2. Blood counting machines sample the blood, and pass it through a thin tube, counting the number of cells going past, and calculating their size.

Anticancer Drugs

  1. Treatment in which anticancer drugs are put directly into the abdominal cavity through a thin tube. (Web site)
  2. Intraperitoneal chemotherapy: Treatment in which anticancer drugs are put directly into the abdomen through a thin tube. (Web site)

Small Intestine

  1. This procedure involves inserting a thin tube through the nose and carefully guiding it along the throat until it reaches the stomach or small intestine. (Web site)
  2. The bile duct is a thin tube, about 4 to 5 inches long, that reaches from the liver to the small intestine.

Heart

  1. A cardiac catheterization is a test performed in the hospital where a thin tube or catheter is inserted into an artery and guided to the heart.
  2. Doctors insert a long, thin tube (catheter) that's passed through an artery, usually in your leg, to a blocked artery in your heart. (Web site)
  3. Using x-rays as a guide, the doctor carefully moves the thin tube (catheter) into your heart. (Web site)

Angiogram

  1. An angiogram of the head can reveal which blood vessel is blocked or bleeding, and help your doctor decide if the artery can be reopened using a thin tube. (Web site)
  2. During an angiogram, a thin tube called a catheter is placed into a femoral blood vessel in the groin (femoral vein) or just above the elbow (brachial vein). (Web site)

Colon

  1. This exam is similar to the flexible sigmoidoscopy, except that the thin tube is inserted into the rectum and through the entire length of the colon. (Web site)
  2. This examination allows the health care professional to inspect the rectum and lining of the left colon with a thin tube with a light and camera on the end. (Web site)
  3. A thin tube to insert air into the colon is placed in the rectum rather than a long flexible tube that is moved up your colon. (Web site)

Colonoscope

  1. Colonoscopy - the doctor has a look inside the patient's colon by using a colonoscope - a thin tube with a camera at the end. (Web site)

Rectum

  1. During a colonoscopy, a thin tube with a camera at the end (a colonoscope) is placed through your rectum and guided into your colon.
  2. A thin tube will be inserted into your rectum, and air will be pumped through the tube to inflate the colon for better viewing.
  3. Doctors use this x-ray to "see" signs of CD. Flexible Sigmoidoscopy: The doctor puts a thin tube with a light into the rectum.

Small Tube

  1. It flows from your liver through a thin tube called the common hepatic duct and enters your gallbladder through another small tube (cystic duct).

Categories

  1. Society > Humans > Medicine > Catheter
  2. Groin
  3. Endoscope
  4. Threaded
  5. Blood Vessel

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    * Arm * Artery * Blood Vessel * Catheter * Doctor * Endoscope * Groin * Groin Area * Laparoscope * Small Incision * Threaded * Threading * Vein * Video Camera
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