Advanced Endoscopy Learning Center
Lumendi Learning Masters Series
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Originally broadcast on May 27, 2020 - DiLumen Oral Presentations and Posters
Webcast originally broadcast on May 20, 2020 featuring Patrick Saitta, MD
Webcast originally broadcast April 22, 2020, featuring Sergey Kantsevoy, MD
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Following two previous unsuccessful endoscopic attempts to remove a 20mm pedunculated pre-cancerous lesion in the sigmoid colon, this 50-year-old male patient was referred for possible surgical removal of the lesion.
Following a routine surveillance colonoscopy, a 78-year-old female was scheduled for endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) at Gregorio Marañón Hospital for a 2cm lesion located in the transverse colon.
Unique technical ESD method facilitated by a new double-balloon device
Sergey V. Kantsevoy, MD, PhD, Andrej Wagner, MD, Aleksandr A. Mitrakov, MD, Avesh J. Thuluvath, MD, Frieder Berr, MD
Poor endoscope operability is an important predictor of difficulty in colon ESD. A newly developed double balloon device purports to address poor endoscope operability by offering improved visualization, scope stabilization, and tissue manipulation.
New double balloon interventional platform markedly facilitates colonic ESD and significantly decreases dissection and total case time required for endoscopic removal of large sessile colonic lesions.
Complex colorectal polyps or those positioned in difficult anatomic locations are an endoscopic therapeutic challenge. Underwater endoscopic submucosal dissection (UESD) is a potential technical solution to facilitate efficient polyp removal.
In light of the recent concerns about COVID-19 and the growing number of travel bans placed on both international and domestic surgeons, the SAGES executive leadership and Board of Governors has elected to delay the SAGES annual meeting ...
Due to COVID restrictions, the 12th Long Island Live on March 20, 2020, was canceled, and, at present, we are still unable to offer the full course with our usual international and out-of-state faculty. Therefore, for 2020, in lieu of ...