Gastroenterologist Dr. Jeffrey Sherman at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA performs a colonoscopy on pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears.
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Dr. Travis Stork: Jim was an exactly looking for his colonoscopy but he knew he be in good hands, we send him to our friend Dr. Jeffry Sherman. Hey Jim, good to see you, you meant you had a colonoscopy about 10 years ago. The family history of a father who is that, relatively young man we had thee diagnosis so on, we are going to keep an eye on you get into the ganal get the proving there will start off. Jim: Here we go, hello kind of freak out off never gone on under before the insulin will be sleeping time. Certainly feeling like, I love you all. Were is your colonoscopy, here we are going to especially called for small power up that potentially can be cancer, we just started with little power up already, did you got to remove it, this is the snare slide in to the scope through the pore, we take this snare and we surround the pulp both the side in that there is a slightly and we burn as great, you can see the nice pink lining up the colon as we advance the colonoscope, we now went to the small intestine that's not routinely done during a screening colonoscopy how ever given family history, I always want to take it unless your time get in to the small intestine. As we hold the scope back, we see behind every hole and make sure that there is no pulps hidden behind those balls, this is all very healthy tissue, and we are done. Every thing went well. You know I have a little, yeah. Dr. Sherman you are great. Thank you. Now time to eat.