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Successful endoscopic closure of an esophageal leak after endoscopic ultrasound-guided hepaticoesophagostomy by using n-butyl-2 cyanoacrylate

Ito R, Hashimoto , Ikeda M

Endoscopic ultrasound-guided hepaticoesophagostomy (EUS-HES) refers to EUS-guided biliary access from the abdominal part of the esophagus, an uncommon choice of route for biliary drainage. In the patient reported herein, an...
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Interventional radiology for post-gastrectomy complications

Park S, Shin JH, Han K

Complications following gastrectomy can be life-threatening, but, they are commonly managed by interventional radiology. This review describes possible complications after gastrectomy by dividing them into vascular and non-vascular categories. Vascular...
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Technical review of gastric per-oral endoscopic myotomy

Podboy A, Hwang JH

Gastroparesis, or symptomatic delayed gastric emptying, has seen a startling increase in prevalence of over last decade. Efficacy of initial dietary and medical therapies remain limited and patients that fail...
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Endovascular hemostasis for endoscopic procedure-related gastrointestinal bleeding

Park M, Kim JW, Shin JH

Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is a common complication of various endoscopic procedures. In most cases, GI bleeding responds to conservative management. And if indicated, endoscopic hemostasis is performed. However, if endoscopic...
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Endoscopic closure devices: A review of technique and application for hemostasis

Wellington J, Canakis A, Kim R

Acute gastrointestinal bleeding is a common, yet challenging, and potentially problematic medical emergency for clinicians to manage. Given its significantly high health care associated costs and increased morbidity and mortality...
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Bleeding complication after endoscopic submucosal dissection of gastric neoplasm

Ahn JY

Endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) is recognized as an effective treatment for superficial gastric neoplasm without metastasis because results of ESD show the high en bloc resection rate and low local...
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Management of antithrombotic agents and current issues in patients undergoing endoscopic submucosal dissection

Park CH

Postoperative bleeding is a common adverse event in endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) and may be life-threatening. Postoperative bleeding occurs frequently in patients treated with antithrombotic agents, including aspirin, antiplatelet agents,...
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Endoscopic management of ampullary neoplasm

Jang S

Neoplastic lesions of ampulla, although infrequent, represent a significant portion of precancerous lesions arising within duodenum. Occurring either as sporadic, solitary lesion, or as a part of multiple adenomas within...
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Endoscopic submucosal dissection in the West

Podboy A, Friedland

Endoscopic resection has emerged as the first line therapy for pre-malignant conditions throughout the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Resection techniques have evolved from forceps avulsion and snare polypectomy to endoscopic mucosal...
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Greetings from the Guest Editor

Jung HY

No abstract available.
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