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EC magazine 01 2016

EC magazine 01 2016

Galleries | Lower GI tract

Polyp Classification: WASP (incl. SSA)

The following gallery of images is intended to present the newly evaluated characteristics in the WASP classification, but it also illustrates the problems that still

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Galleries | Lower GI tract

Rectal NET Tumors

Unclear smaller polyps in the rectum may represent a pitfall — if they do not look like perfectly typical hyperplasia or small adenomas, then carcinoids

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Instruments | Teaching Videos | Upper GI tract

Endoscopy antireflux therapy with the MUSE system

A 31-year-old female patient who has had reflux symptoms for 15 years and has responded well to PPI therapy. The patient wants to stop taking

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Endoscopic techniques | Lower GI tract | Teaching Videos

Combined laparoscopic/endoscopic resection of a cecal adenoma

A 60-year-old female patient with a diagnosis of a cecal adenoma that cannot be resected endoscopically, developing out of the appendix.

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Endoscopic techniques | Lower GI tract | Teaching Videos

Piecemeal EMR of a laterally spreading tumor (LST)

Diagnosis of a granular-type laterally spreading tumor at the right colic flexure.

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Galleries | Lower GI tract

How can I identify sessile serrated adenomas?

Flat polyps are difficult to identify and may be easily overlooked, particularly in the right colon, where there is sometimes limited bowel cleansing. If a

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Literature | Lower GI tract

Proctology — part 1: diagnosis

As a therapeutic discipline, proctology belongs primarily to the field of visceral surgery. However, the diagnosis of proctologic diseases is relevant to all physicians working

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