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Classifications | Upper GI tract

Hiatus hernias and the Hill classification

To allow more precise assessment of the competence of the esophagogastric sphincter mechanism, Hill et al. presented a practical classification in 1996.

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Endoscopic techniques | Galleries

Endoscopic therapy in sigmoid volvulus — case report and glance at the current ASGE guideline

Clinical case: A 78-year-old lady presented as an emergency case with stool retention for several days in chronic constipation, with known diverticulosis and acutely increasing

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Literature

VIGATU survey: virtual endoscopy training — how does it work?

To help us better adapt our virtual endoscopy simulator to your needs, we’d like to invite you to take part in this survey. Duration: approx.

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Further training in endoscopy using virtual reality: the Virtual Gastro Tutor (VIGATU)

Further training in endoscopy using virtual reality: the VIGATU project is developing a VR endoscopy simulator for doctors and nursing staff

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Galleries | Special Cases

The “black” esophagus

A 68-year old woman with advanced endometrial cancer and evidence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteremia and cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection was referred to endoscopy unit

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Endoscopic techniques | Teaching Videos

Rectal Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection

In this case, a 65-year-old woman presents with a recurrence of a polyp previously treated with endoscopic mucosal resection. The biopsy and the endoscopic evaluation

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Endoscopic techniques | Teaching Videos

Pediatric Per Oral Endoscopic Myotomy (Posterior Approach)

This video presents the case of a five-year-old child with confirmed type two achalasia. For POEM, patient is positioned in supine and insufflation with CO2

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Classifications | Lower GI tract

Follow-up intervals after polypectomy

Follow-up intervals after polypectomy Colonoscopy is the most reliable procedure for detecting colorectal carcinomas and polyps. The aim of colonoscopy must be to achieve a

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Endoscopic techniques | Instruments | Teaching Videos

Recovery of a lost gallstone from a perihepatic abscess

Gallbladder perforation, with stone “emptying” into the abdominal cavity, is a potential complication during cholecystectomy. Later complications may develop, particularly abscess formation. A subphrenic abscess

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Galleries

Esophageal duplication cysts (EDCs)

Here we present a case of a patient qualified for endosonographic evaluation of unspecific esophageal submucosal lesion (SEL). The lesion was detected during routine upper

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