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Dr. Hiromi Shinya shows how to destroy zombie cells and describes the new research that points to these cells as the main cause of aging. Hiromi Shinya, MD, is one of the world's leading gastroenterologists whose book The Enzyme Factor has sold millions of copies in the United States, Japan and. Format: Kindle Edition; File Size: KB; Print Length: 88 pages; Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited; Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private.
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Original attempts at colonic intubation were aided by pulling backward on a swallowed long string that passed through the entire intestinal tract to which a gastroscope was tied. Attempts were also made at positioning the flexible colonoscope through a rigid sigmoidoscope, but none of the methods were accepted.
Dr Bergin Overholt made a latex cast of the sigmoid colon using a rapidly solidifying latex enema in order to understand the convoluted course of the sigmoid colon, and did the first colonoscopy. Improvements in technology and technical skill advanced the capability of examining further and further into the large bowel, with the early attempts aided by fluoroscopic examination of the abdomen during instrumentation procedures.
A better understanding of intraluminal anatomy led to the discontinuation of reliance on fluoroscopy, and with advances in technique, colonoscopy rapidly became the preferred imaging modality for the large bowel, displacing almost completely the barium enema.
The indications for colonoscopy are myriad, while screening and cancer prevention are becoming the most frequent indication for this examination. Prior to the development of flexible endoscopy, when a gastroenterologist visualized a polyp on rigid sigmoidoscopy, they would call a surgeon to remove the polyp. Gastroenterologists were not trained in the removal of polyps, although surgeons, even in their residency training, were adept at polypectomy.
It was natural therefore for a surgeon to develop techniques of polypectomy through the flexible colonoscope. The first application of colonoscopic polypectomy was introduced by Dr Hiromi Shinya in New York City using a home-made wire passed through a thin plastic catheter. An assistant hand-held the connection between the active cord of an electrosurgical unit and a hemostat clamped on the wire after the polyp was encircled. Over the next few years, rapid developments occurred so that polypectomy is now a standard therapeutic application in the large bowel.Product details Format: The ability to look into the colon extended the view from the rigid sigmoidoscope throughout the entire large bowel.
Now Dr. While there is much in the way of theory and conjecture in this book, it IS coming from a most reputable source. Supported Enhanced Typesetting: Amazon Web Services.