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*  Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
The term gastroscopy literally focuses on the stomach alone, but in practice the usage overlaps. Colonoscopy "Gastroscopy - ...
*  Retching
Schindler, R (1937). Gastroscopy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. p. 145. Keet, AD (1998). "Nausea, Retching, and ... Schindler (1937) studied retching on two occasions during gastroscopy and noted that longitudinal folds appeared in the ...
*  Henry Harrington Janeway
Janeway, H. H., & Green, N. W. (1911). Esophagoscopy and gastroscopy. Surg., Gynec. & Obst, 13, 245. Janeway, H. H. (1911). XI ...
*  History of tracheal intubation
Schramm, H; Mikulicz-Radecki, J (1881). "Gastroskopia i ezofagoskopia" [Gastroscopy and oesophagoscopy]. Przegla̧d lekarski (in ... of Gastroscopy]. Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie (in German). 42 (6): 550-6. doi:10.1055/s-2004-813178. PMID 15190453. US ...
*  Adolph Kussmaul
First to attempt oesophagoscopy and gastroscopy. First to describe the emotional symptoms of mercury exposure as a first stage ...
*  Marginal zone B-cell lymphoma
This requires either a gastroscopy or colonoscopy. If the lymphoma is thought to have spread to other areas in this region, an ...
*  Endoscopy
A doctor can further discuss risks with the patient with regard to the particular need for gastroscopy. After the procedure the ... Perforation and bleeding are rare during gastroscopy. Other minor risks include drug reactions and complications related to ...
*  Rapid urease test
The test is performed at the time of gastroscopy. A biopsy of mucosa is taken from the antrum of the stomach, and is placed ...
*  Rudolf Schindler (doctor)
He is regarded widely as the "father of gastroscopy." He was born in Berlin. During the First World War he described numerous ... He wrote the illustrated textbook, Lehrbuch und Atlas der Gastroskopie (Textbook and Atlas of Gastroscopy). Between 1928 and ... Schafer PK, Sauerbruch T (2004). "Rudolf Schindler (1888--1968)--"father" of gastroscopy" [Rudolf Schindler (1888--1968)--" ... "father" of gastroscopy]. Z Gastroenterol (in German). 42 (6): 550-6. doi:10.1055/s-2004-813178. PMID 15190453. ...
*  Gastric outlet obstruction
Gastroscopy May help with cause and can be used therapeutically. The differential diagnosis of gastric outlet obstruction may ...
*  Potassium permanganate (medical use)
Recommended measures for those who have ingested potassium permanganate include gastroscopy. Activated charcoal or medications ...
*  Glycogenic acanthosis
It is seen incidentally in 3.5% of gastroscopies. It is also a common finding during fluoroscopic studies of the esophagus[ ... citation needed]. On gastroscopy, glycogenic acanthosis is seen as a multitude of small raised plaques of 2 mm to 10 mm in size ...
*  Capsule endoscopy
It is unclear if capsule endoscopy can replace gastroscopy for those with cirrhosis. As of 2014[update] research was targeting ...
*  CT Gastrography
Diagnostic performance of virtual gastroscopy using MDCT in early gastric cancer compared with 2D axial CT: focusing on ... Computed tomographic (CT) gastrography, also called virtual gastroscopy (VG), is a noninvasive procedure for the detection of ... Differentiation between malignant and benign gastric ulcers: CT virtual gastroscopy versus optical gastroendoscopy. Radiology. ...
*  Esophageal dilatation
Bougie over guidewire dilators are used at the time of gastroscopy or fluoroscopy. An endoscopy is usually performed first to ...
*  Management of obesity
A treatment involving the placement of an intragastric balloon via gastroscopy has shown promise. One type of balloon led to a ...
*  Self-expandable metallic stent
Esophageal SEMS are placed after a gastroscopy is performed to identify the area of narrowing. The area may need to be dilated ...
*  Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia
The diagnosis of atrophic gastritis type A should be confirmed by gastroscopy and stepwise biopsy. About 90% of individuals ...
*  Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy
The Gauderer-Ponsky technique involves performing a gastroscopy to evaluate the anatomy of the stomach. The anterior stomach ...
*  Gesellschaft der Ärzte in Wien
Further modifications made the first esophago- and gastroscopy, by Carl Stoerk and Joseph Leiter, possible. Subsequently, ...
*  Gastric varices
First, patients with cirrhosis may be enrolled in screening gastroscopy programs to detect esophageal varices. These ...
*  Stool guaiac test
Allard J, Cosby R, Del Giudice ME, Irvine EJ, Morgan D, Tinmouth J (February 2010). "Gastroscopy following a positive fecal ...
*  Silviniaco Conti
Shortly after the race a gastroscopy revealed that the horse was suffering from severe stomach ulcers. In May 2014 the official ...
*  Leonidas Berry
Leonidas Harris Berry (20 July 1902 - 4 December 1995) was an American and pioneer in gastroscopy and endoscopy. He served as ...
*  Richard F. Edlich
His experiences with gastroscopy led to the first minimally invasive surgical procedure at the University of Minnesota Hospital ... As a surgical resident, Edlich was the first physician to do gastroscopy at the University of Minnesota Hospitals. Edlich's ...