endoclip


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endoclip

(en′dō-klip″) [ endo(scopy) + clip]
A two- or three-pronged device employed during endoscopy to suture two surfaces together.
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[26] stated that the use of fluoroscopic guidance with the placement of an endoclip on the pylorus at the 9 to 11 o'clock position to facilitate identification (a challenging step in G-POEM) significantly shortened the procedure time by approximately 36[+ or -]13 min.
Intracorporeal knotting versus metal endoclip application for the closure of the appendiceal stump during laparoscopic appendectomy in uncomplicated appendicitis.
"We applied one endoclip to the artery and then an injection of diluted adrenaline to the surrounding area and the bleeding stopped immediately.
Bhattacharya, "Endoclip migration into the common bile duct with stone formation: a rare complication after laparoscopic cholecystectomy," Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, vol.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Two hypervascularized violaceous submucosal nodules on soft palate; (b) one submucosal nodule in the oropharynx on the epiglottis near the vocal cords; (c) hypervascularized reddish polyp in the gastric fundus with size of 10 mm; (d) endoclip was placed at postpolypectomy site after removal from polyp seen in image (c).
If possible, the hole in the gallbladder should be closed by the grasp forceps or by an endoclip or endoloop.
According to recent studies, EBL has been reported to be a salvage option for closing perforations of the stomach, duodenum, colon, or rectum after endoclip failure.
Zheng, "Choledochoduodenal fistula caused by migration of endoclip after laparoscopic cholecystectomy," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
(58) Endoclips dislodge spontaneously and are passed in the faeces without complication.
Mori et al., "Complete endoscopic closure of a large gastric defect with endoloop and endoclips after complex endoscopic submucosal dissection," Endoscopy, vol.