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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 polyp-free bowel (“clean colon”)

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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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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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Sydney classification- assessment of deep mural injury after endoscopic mucosal resection.

Classification presented by Burgess NG et al. based on retrospective evaluation, clinical observations and image analysis. It allows for the assessment of deep mural injury

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The CAES classification of anastomotic insufficiency in the esophagus

The Surgical Working Group on Endoscopy and Ultrasound (Chirurgische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Endoskopie und Sonographie, CAES) has developed and validated a classification of anastomotic insufficiency in

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Endoscopic techniques | Instruments | Teaching Videos | Upper GI tract

Endoscopic removal of a buried bumper using the Flamingo system

A patient with an ingrown internal PEG retaining plate (buried bumper syndrome) on the anterior wall of the gastric body. Endoscopic removal of the device

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Endosonographic Criteria Chronic Pancreatitis

This article provides an overview of the scoring systems commonly used for diagnosing chronic pancreatitis by means of endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS), and for classifying the

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Intestinal Kaposi sarcoma

A 38-year-old man in a clearly impaired general state of health presented for clarification of Hb-relevant gastrointestinal bleeding with melena and transfusion-refractory thrombopenia.

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Barrett’s carcinoma at the Z-line

Konsiliarische Vorstellung eines 47-Jährigen, multimorbiden Patienten bei dem in einem externen Krankenhaus zuvor mittels EMR ein Barrettfrühkarzinom abgetragen wurde. Trotz der basalen R1 Situation und

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Invasive amebiasis in the colon

Invasive amebiasis in the colon, with ulcerations in the right colon.

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Galleries | Upper GI tract

Stomach: Light Blue Crest Sign for Intestinal Metaplasia

Gastric Intestinal Metaplasia is a risk factor of intestinal-type gastric cancer, but WLI was not adequate to detect IM of stomach. NBI system with and

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PPI for critically ill ICU patients – no benefit?

PPIs have become routine in ICU units to prevent bleeding in critically ill patients – but are they justified?

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