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Cholecystitis- made ridiculously easy in HD

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TheDeltathreat (3 месяца назад)
Kindly include how to locate the site of incision, muscle and ligaments that one has to cut through. Because that's also asked during the practical clinical examinations. Amazing lecture by the way.
Dinoosh De Livera (5 месяцев назад)
HIDA: Hepatobiliary Imino Diacetic Acid
Dinoosh De Livera (5 месяцев назад)
Thank you..! :)
Syed Usman Ali (8 месяцев назад)
kitna chutiyaa hai yaar par parhaya acha tu nay mere nigggah
Pasan Bhathiya (11 месяцев назад)
You whole lecture is like a one long Rap! haha....well done doc! 😁😃
fastrivers (1 год назад)
What if you don't have stones in the gallbladder but a thickening of the gallbladder walls? Is that reason for removal? Will the inflammation go down?
محمد الزهراني (1 год назад)
helpful video thanks a lots subscribe and likkeee
Hafizah Hoshni (1 год назад)
thank you so much 😀
Emily Mumbala (1 год назад)
You are the best. Thank you
Joseph Gyang (1 год назад)
this is impressive, you are a good teacher
Kato Joshua (1 год назад)
Dude thanks for these lectures..they are so helpful to me..could you be having one for hernias.thanks
rambo kutti (2 года назад)
chole means bile and cyst means bladder/sac. so its a sac which stores bile and helps concentrate it. thats why gallbladder is called as cholecyst.
rambo kutti (2 года назад)
why nausea and vomiting occur in cholecystitis? explain me please
Genevieve Riboya (2 года назад)
Excellent
Tonya Lee (2 года назад)
Thanks! This video is easy to understand and very animated! lol
Huma Rashid (2 года назад)
He is too good... Thank you so much
Nelly Hoffman (2 года назад)
Please upload more free videos :(
Nelly Hoffman (2 года назад)
MAN you are amazing ! thank you very much !!!!!! :)
Kavin (2 года назад)
well appreciated .. . thanks man , .. . . what would be the approach to treat a pericholecystic fluid , with fever and without fever ?
Ayat Salman (2 года назад)
my favourite Dr.thanks
aboodyyman (2 года назад)
awesome thank you!!
fransina nuuyoma (2 года назад)
that fellow. ..super awesome
genoveva aguilar (2 года назад)
This guy is amazing!
Manpreet Kaur (2 года назад)
wondrfull...i just love his teaching skills
Medical Passion (2 года назад)
Man you're amazing, I wish you would be my teacher.. Keep going
Daria Gutmanovich (2 года назад)
GOD BLESS YOU! you just saved my test
Sunethra (2 года назад)
He is such a good lecturer for his age!! Gosh...I'd marry him in a heartbeat..very attractive speaker lol...awesome lectures.
crystal crystal (3 года назад)
love ur energy, think ur a bit comical but that's great. u explain well n I understand. love ur lectures. thanks dr
Jeff Downing (3 года назад)
very nice
Andy V (3 года назад)
Possible mystery for what I went through. I went to see my doctor and had my gallbladder removed thanks to this video. I want to thank you for the great information. My ejection rate was 11% I did had I believe a few gallbladder attacks but oddly they did not find many stones only sludge. My gallbladder was very long and very inflamed according to my surgeon. My liver was also slightly inflamed, pathology reports came back negative for the gallbladder sent in and no reason caused. Two weeks prior I was sick most of the day, worse with food, pain in my back and I dropped 20 pounds. FYI, I am diabetic and was suffering from a very high a1c 10.5 two month ago as you may know high blood sugar can cause inflammation I believe and I also fell off my bike a few months ago causing massive inflammation. I saw a PT and my osteopathic doctor who fixed me up. It was a l3/l4 nerve compression with my sacral twisted. Still some leg pain and spasms but it's much better today after the osteopathic doctor and PT for one month. Diabetic control after low fat diet started two month ago is now 7.6 and getting better. Fast forward to today 1 week post surgery, I was constipated until 4 days, took stool softener for two days prior, and then magnesium citrate Saturday. I let out a lot, next day very tired diarrhea, sore, but I could eat somewhat again. I had felt really full after a very small amount of food and still do a little. Average calories count daily has been around 800, because I can't eat more Now, I don't feel that general neasea which is good, but last night in the middle of the night I rolled to my side and suddenly felt a really warm feeling rush around in my stomach and it never went away. Back hurt also and I could not sleep. So heartburn? Low stomach acid/high stomach acid? Bile leak? Diabetic gastroparesis? It feels like general dyspepsia even though I had not eaten in 10 hours. The feeling is like I threw up and the ache from that is still there. I did not get an answer from my doctors. I feel like it's not quite right. Any ideas?
Melissa Hall (3 года назад)
You're a great teacher
Ark S. (3 года назад)
Thank you! You did a great job!
Cat B (3 года назад)
Great videos! ..Great job explaining, and creating visuals !.I just wish you were around when I went to nursing school !
Chimi Dashark (3 года назад)
I believe you
Muhammad Muhammad (3 года назад)
thanks Doc (Y)
4aggieharts (3 года назад)
Just a correction for your medical term "chole-" means "gall or bile", "cyst" means "bladder or sac".
Wong Melvin (3 года назад)
Thanks man !!! Final in four days and just started my revision .. Just gonna watch your videos !!
Arif Ali (3 года назад)
Wow... Wow... Just amazing.... Thank you so much sir... :)
jeffescantube (3 года назад)
mah nigga!. thanks
Alvina (4 года назад)
thank you, so helpfull
Andre Romeril (4 года назад)
absolutely amazing videos as per! Thanks so much, keep it up!
Adrienne Cexton (4 года назад)
You are awesome.. 
Verso Harris (4 года назад)
this was super helpful, thanks and keep the educational videos coming.
Gym Leader Geo (4 года назад)
Absolutely brilliant lecture. Incredible presenter, very enthusiastic speaker. Helped me understand a LOT better. Major props.
TheHallucinati (4 года назад)
..then you ax them.... :-) .  What our botched liver biopsy will determine is that the patient died from the biopsy... But on a more serious note this fellow is great. I can see him in one of those schools for students who were kicked from every other school. You just can't get more down to earth and colloquial with explaining how the body works (or rather doesn't work). Some very special talent this is.
deflj79 (4 года назад)
Did I hear the toilet flush?
ice mahn (4 года назад)
Cheers for making it the short and simple to understand.....just a correction on HIDA scan, it stands for  Hepatobiliary Iminodiacetic Acid......cheers!!!
Nisha Stephen (4 года назад)
very gud
Body Nourish (4 года назад)
Fabulous lectures, thank you for your enthusiasm,  I am not a student but I am so enthralled with the workings of the body and my own in particular, so I am grateful for your easy to understand lectures  
VeganGain's Black Dad (4 года назад)
awesome job on the explanation, this guy is awesome!
VeganGain's Black Dad (4 года назад)
wet sack, lol
Audio-Visual Insights (4 года назад)
Subscribed!
MC CM (4 года назад)
these are awesome - hugely entertaining while breaking down what could be seriously dry into easy to comprehend pieces. Thanks!
Ms Annie B (5 лет назад)
excellent!!!!!!!......thank you for this excellent explanation
Kelly Talbot (5 лет назад)
haha love this guy!
Majd Halumi (5 лет назад)
i am worried less, after i have found this videos. keep up the great work ;)
CaseyD (5 лет назад)
you are wonderful!!! keeping me interested throughout the whole lecture! love it
TOPS( توبز) (5 лет назад)
thx man u made it easy
Momo Ritsu (5 лет назад)
What's the difference between acute and chronic cholecystitis?
Kevin Verhagen (5 лет назад)
I love it! What about lithotripsy? Didnt hear anyting on that? But excellent, thank you!
Alec (5 лет назад)
Great teaching Doc
Medic101 (5 лет назад)
Hey man, nice vid, just a small correction is needed. "Chole" translates to "bile", and "cyst" is not referring to the cystic duct, but rather to the term "bladder". Since bile and gall are the same thing, cholecystitis translates to inflammation of the gall bladder.
charmagne salvador (5 лет назад)
can you be my professor?! you're amazing!
mimiplac AfroqeenP (5 лет назад)
Thanks! You rock!
Nosa Ukponmwan (5 лет назад)
very interesting,u are amazing
Ashley Strand (5 лет назад)
Amazing! Just what I needed. I love all of your videos. Thank you for making them!
Kingx Nero (5 лет назад)
thank u so much...
mariana88881 (5 лет назад)
I'm saved now... THANKS AGAIN !
charm buban (5 лет назад)
thanks sir! i learned a lot! nice explanation :)
Shashou Louis (6 лет назад)
Superb video!! you should go on the Dr Oz show. Much success on your goals... God bless!
Renzo Ccoicca Balvin (6 лет назад)
:)
Renzo Ccoicca Balvin (6 лет назад)
thank you. UNFV - PERU
manoj aryal (6 лет назад)
sir you are helping a lot of medical student by providing us best knowledge..thank youuuuuuuuu very much....
Yashika Amin (6 лет назад)
You are such a great teacher..helped so much for my board exam coming up!
laylaindy (6 лет назад)
Once you graduate you shouldn't only practice but also teach because you are very talented. Great job and keep up the good work !
Tamponade1 (6 лет назад)
Great series
sweetlucy31 (6 лет назад)
Wonderful keep up the good work! thank u
amjad ali (6 лет назад)
Keep the good work. You are awsome......
Annette stewart (6 лет назад)
I'm soooooo happy i saw your video. I was going to cancel my appt because of lack of information from doctor and getting cut....Thx a Million
Ramy rudo (6 лет назад)
like
David Benites (6 лет назад)
HAVING GALLBLAdder removed next month. Found stones and polyps with the largest being 2.5 cm - how can you know if these polyps are cancerous or is resolved by just removing gallbladder
Terri Ann (6 лет назад)
Wow! You are an amazing teacher. I will be spending a good portion of my second year of med school with you!
Ruthie Jakens2020 (6 лет назад)
I have a test in a few days, and this is so helpfull!!! thanks
IgorTFerreira (6 лет назад)
Guy is funny! congratulations for the video! :)
Alex M. (6 лет назад)
I'm not a med student nor a patient, but I just loved your video. You're an engaging teacher!
James Hearne (6 лет назад)
These videos are great! They explain difficult medical conditions in simple ways. Thank u!
Frank Fritter (6 лет назад)
Good video
darl abano (6 лет назад)
we were taught that Demerol is given for pain instead of morphine sulfate.
smokindnd (6 лет назад)
so what happens if you only got some symptoms but not the main ones, like Murphy sign negative and no strong pain, I got a light pain and not all day, mostly in the afternoon, the first day was a strong pain, but then each day it got lighter. I'm a bit constipated and I do have like a constant weird taste in the mouth.. I'm trying not to eat any grease/fatty foods, no oil, no alcohol. What else should I do?
SneakDr (6 лет назад)
I can't emphasize enough how much ur lectures keeps me up to speed on some english med. terms I never would figure-out on my own, considering i'm studying in Russian. I wish u'd post more lectures. Regards.
Raja Ram Shrestha (6 лет назад)
Thank you so much for your generous reply. Regards
SneakDr (6 лет назад)
You don't give morphine or any opioid analgesic because it could potentially cause spasm of sphincter of Oddi. The same thing goes for pancreatitis. You would want the whole bilary system to relax instead. So u can give spasmolytics and non-opioid analgesic. That's what i was thought in my med. school in Russia. By the way i'm a Nigerian too. It's nice work you r really doing.
Raja Ram Shrestha (6 лет назад)
I was wondering why it would be a huge mistake to give morphine in acute cholecystitis ?
Anne Maddy (6 лет назад)
I've posted your lectures on my nursing class FB page! These lectures are GREAT!! Thank you for teaching!!! : D
SneakDr (6 лет назад)
Good lecture! But It will be a huge mistake to give morphine in acute cholecystitis/pancreatitis, Good work!
Carabin33fr (6 лет назад)
This is awesome man! Really good. Nice, simple and accurate.
Brandon Mercado (6 лет назад)
keep up the great work man, this really helped me wrap my head around cholecystitis. thanks

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