True to Life
Discovering the excellence of laparoscopy during a cholecystectomy: A lapacholotomy experience
A trip down memory lane to the period when Hiroshi underwent minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery and got back a healthy life.
An experience with colorectal endoscopic submucosal dissection
A conversation with Namino about her experience with endoscopy and treatment, and how it has changed her perception on testing.
The importance of screening for colorectal cancer
Christin was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at age 28 and was treated. She agrees with the views of Dr. Rosch on the importance of early screening through colonoscopy.
Patient story on emphysema treatment and current lifestyle
Julie was suffering from acute emphysema to a point where it was preventing her from even just walking up a flight of stairs. A lung valve procedure that allows damaged parts of the lungs to deflate, provided a treatment for Julie's emphysema and she is now looking forward to playing with her grandkids as they grow up.
A revolutionary approach saves a life
Michael Angelo was born with a rare life-threatening liver disease that only appears in infants and needed an urgent liver transplant. Surgeons used two Olympus technologies including an advanced video microscope. Parents, Jill and David Angelo will be forever grateful for this technology, the medical expertise of Michael's surgeons, and the donor's family who chose to give baby Michael the gift of life.