Ovesco Messestand
Conference Report of the United European Gastroenterology Week (UEGW) 2019: OTSC® shows superiority over conventional
Conference of the German Society of Gastroenterology, and Digestive and Metabolic Diseases with Endoscopy Section
In 156 patients with histologic evidence of adenocarcinoma, EFTR was technically successful in 92.3 %
The Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Editorial Board chooses resection techniques namely EMR/submucosal dissection and full-thickness resection as
EFTR in 30 patients with recurrent / residual colorectal neoplasia led to R0 resection in
Gastric EFTR in 29 patients with gastric SET led to en-bloc resection in 89.7 %,
Technical success (lesion reached and resected) was achieved in 94.4 %. R0 resection was achieved
Prospective data from 51 FTRD-procedures shows technical success in 88 % (45/51) and a R0-resection
6 consecutive T1-ERC patients underwent FTRD application which resulted in complete endoscopic resection in all
EFTR of duodenal lesions in 20 patients showed technical success in 17/20 (85.0 %), a