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
A 77-year-old patient presented to the emergency department with Hb-relevant lower gastrointestinal bleeding during anticoagulation treatment with rivaroxaban and clopidogrel. At colonoscopy, the bleeding source
This video illustrates the altered anatomy resulting after the type of gastric resection that is carried out for gastric carcinoma, for example. Bowel continuity is
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
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
Submucosal lesions identified in the esophagus usually undergo further clarification using endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS). In this video, Thomas Rösch from Hamburg demonstrates the examination sequence
In this video Dr. Wannhoff from Ludwigsburg shows a new, minimally invasive approach to the endosonographic attachment of a gastroenterostomy in gastric emptying disorder.
Dr. Werner and Prof. Rösch from Hamburg present the case of a young patient with an incidental finding of esophageal GIST. In this patient, it
Early esophageal carcinoma (squamous epithelium): tips and tricks for difficult ESDs
Diagnosis of a granular-type laterally spreading tumor at the right colic flexure.
Various access routes are available for drainage in patients with cholestasis. In the complex case presented here, neither ERCP nor an attempt at PTCD placement
Pancreatitis can cause various severe complications such as acute fluid collections with superinfected necrotic content requiring drainage and removal of necrotic debris. Here we demonstrate
Endoscopic division of a Zenker diverticulum using the Clutch Cutter and management of a perforation. Coagulation of the diverticular septum using the Clutch Cutter. Settings:
The endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) image, seen from the antrum, shows a tightly filled gallbladder with hyperechoic reflexes, in a 71-year-old patient. The patient had an
A patient who had undergone polypectomy of a flat polyp in the ascending colon presented again with peranal hemorrhage. The polypectomy site can be seen