Gastroscopy with banding
Gastroscopy with injection of adrenaline and heater probe coagulation
Gastroscopy with balloon dilatation
Gastroscopy with placement of a stent
Match the scenario given below to one of the procedures
1) A 67-year-old male presents with jaundice. He has no
abdominal pain but he says his urine has become very dark and his stools have
become pale and difficult to flush away. The ultrasound scan shows dilated
bile ducts but the pancreatic region is not visualised.
2) A 72-year-old male presents with dysphagia and loss of
weight. Endoscopy has shown an adenocarcinoma of the oesophagus and this has
been confirmed by biopsy. CT scan has shown metastatic disease in the liver
3) A 26-year-old female presents with abdominal pain,
loose motions and loss of weight.
On examination she has painful tender nodules over her
shins and a tender mass in her right iliac fossa.
4) A 24-year-old male presents with diarrhoea of several
weeks duration. On further questioning he admits to having loose stools for
almost a year. At present he goes to the toilet about 10 times during the day
and wakes up from sleep 3 times at night to go to the toilet. He passes very
loose stools with blood and mucous.
5) A 60-year-old male presents with new onset of