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EC magazine 03 2017

EC magazine 03 2017

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Special Cases | Teaching Videos | Upper GI tract

Endoscopic full-thickness resection of a GIST using GERD-X

A subepithelial tumor has been identified in the fundus. EUS shows that it is 2.5 × 3 cm in size, probably arising from the muscularis propria. No pathological

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ERCP | Teaching Videos | Upper GI tract

Billroth II anatomy after partial stomach resection

This video explains the altered anatomy that is encountered after a Billroth II operation. In a Billroth II resection, the lower part of the stomach

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Literature | Pancreas

Metal stents for pancreatic cyst drainage – equivalent success, more complications?

Endosonographic drainage of pancreatic cysts is currently regarded as the standard throughout the world, in comparison with other treatments (such as percutaneous drainage or surgery).

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Classifications | Lower GI tract | Upper GI tract

Paris Classification Early Cancer

Endoscopic treatment for early carcinoma in the gastrointestinal tract has in the meantime become evidence-based and has been incorporated into national and international guidelines

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Classifications | Upper GI tract

Paris Classification: Early Squamous Cell Cancers Esophagus

Examples of superficial/early squamous cell lesions in the esophagus are presented below. In the esophagus, flat lesions are predominant in the early tumors, and polypoid

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Classifications | Upper GI tract

Paris Classification: Early Gastric Cancer

Examples of superficial/early gastric tumors are shown below. In the stomach, flat lesions are predominant, often as combined lesions with a central depression (IIa+c). Sessile

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