Lars explains Anatomy – Hepaticojejunostomy
Before starting any endoscopical procedure, in particular an endoscopic submucosal dissection, a proper and extensive evaluation of the lesion must be accomplished. White light endoscopy,
Piecemeal endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) of an extensive laterally spreading adenoma in the rectum
Z-POEM -a combination of septomoty and tunnel myotomy
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
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
This video demonstrates the case of a 42-year old male referred for EUS-guided drainage of a pancreatic fluid collection.
This video demonstrates the features of an acute necrotic collection in the case of a 65-year old male with abdominal pain and fever.
This video demonstrates the challenges associated with EUS-guided FNA of a pancreatic uncinate mass.
This video demonstrates the differences between duplications cysts and spindle cell tumors.
This video demonstrates the EUS-FNA of a pancreatic uncinate mass using the Fanning Technique.
This video demonstrates the technique of EUS-guided Celiac Plexus Neurolysis in a patient with unresectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
This video demonstrates the importance of water insufflation in the EUS evaluation of a subepithelial lesion seen in the duodenal bulb on EGD, in the
In this video Dr. Wannhoff from Ludwigsburg shows a new, minimally invasive approach to the endosonographic attachment of a gastroenterostomy in gastric emptying disorder.
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
In the classic method, a stricture in the esophagus is dilated using a Savary bougie after advancement of a guide wire. The difficulty with this
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
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
Hendrik Manner from Wiesbaden reports on a patient with a gastric emptying disorder who was treated with what is known as gastric peroral endoscopic myotomy
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
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
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
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
Early esophageal carcinoma (squamous epithelium): tips and tricks for difficult ESDs
Treatment for papillary adenoma. An injection is made into the papillary adenoma to produce a good lifting sign.
The gastropexy device consists of two hollow needles that are attached to each other. A suture thread is inserted through one hollow needle, and a
The new generation of the Fujifilm electronic endoscopy system allows virtual chromoendoscopy alongside zoom endoscopy. Blue laser imaging (BLI), like narrow-band imaging (NBI), allows further
A 46-year-old patient with short-segment Barrett’s esophagus that had been receiving monitoring since 2009, now presenting with a mucosal adenocarcinoma.
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
A 60-year-old female patient with a diagnosis of a cecal adenoma that cannot be resected endoscopically, developing out of the appendix.