Direct Visualization System
In-Service and Case Study
Dr. Robert Hawes demonstrates the "plug and play" setup and performs a case study
"You can see how well we can visualize the biopsy forceps, and we can do excellent targeted biopsies. And here you see the final diagnosis, which is cholangiocarcinoma."
Robert Hawes, MD
Florida Hospital Center for Interventional Endoscopy
Performing Laser Lithotripsy Using the SpyGlass DS System By Dr. Patel
Diagnosing PSC using Cholangioscopy By Dr. Komanduri
Written Case Studies
Using Cholangioscopy to Fragment a Difficult Stone in a Patient who had 17 Previous ERCPs By Dr. Krinsky
In this case presented by Dr. Krinsky, an 81-year-old Asian man with a history of recurrent choledocholithiasis requiring 17 ERCPs presented with cholangitis. An ERCP using the SpyGlass™ DS System was performed, and identified a 3cm oval-shaped pigmented cholesterol stone just distal to the bifurcation.
Providing a Definitive Diagnosis of Cholangiocarcinoma for a Patient who Underwent 4 Failed Diagnostic Tests By Dr. Kohosravi
Dr. Khosravi presents a case in which a 64-year-old female presented with jaundice, chills, and progressive fatigue. Pathology failed to yield a diagnosis and due to suspicion of cholangitis, cholangioscopy with biopsy using the SpyGlass™ DS System and SpyBite™ Biopsy Forceps was recommended to aid in establishing a diagnosis.
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