To help you accelerate your learning curve, Dr. Cohen offers this helpful new atlas with over 900 endoscopic images. Emphasizing conditions for which NBI is particularly useful such as finding dysplasia in Barrett s mucosa and ulcerative colitis and detecting adenomatous colon polyps Comprehensive Atlas of High Resolution Endoscopy and Narrowband Imaging gives you an exceptional preview of the future of endoscopy, with a broad new look at normal and abnormal findings throughout the GI tract.
The book is divided into three main parts:
The Basics of NBI
Potential Applications of NBI
Atlas of 585 colour images, broken into sections on the pharynx and esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon, including correlating histopathology.
The accompanying DVD–ROM includes:
55 video clips containing 2 1/2 hours of annotated video to give you a complete sense of how HRE and NBI work and look in real time, including during therapeutic procedures.
The complete text with a full text and image caption search function
A database of figures from the book
This spectacular new imaging modality promises to enhance endoscopic decision making in real time, facilitate therapeutic maneuvers, and make tissue sampling more precise. As a tool to guide your mastery of this advance and as a reference for you to use with your patients, colleagues and students, this atlas will find regular use on your desktop and have a noticeable impact on your practice.
List of Contributors.
Part I: The Basics of NBI.
1 Narrowband imaging: historical background and basis for its development: Shigeaki Yoshida.
2 An introduction to high–resolution endoscopy and narrowband imaging: Kazuhiro Gono.
3 Getting started with high–resolution endoscopy and narrowband imaging: Ajay Bansal and Prateek Sharma.
Part II: Potential Applications of NBI and Early Supportive Data.
Section 1: Pharynx and Esophagus.
4 Detection of superficial cancer in the oropharyngeal and hypopharyngeal mucosal sites and the value of NBI at qualitative diagnosis: Manabu Muto and Atsushi Ochiai and Shigeaki Yoshida.
5 Magnifying endoscopic diagnosis of tissue atypia and cancer invasion depth in the area of pharyngo–esophageal squamous epithelium by NBI enhanced magnification image: IPCL pattern classification: Haruhiro Inoue and Makoto Kaga and Yoshitaka Sato and Satoshi Sugaya and Shin–ei Kudo.
6 Applications of NBI HRE and preliminary data: Barrett s esophagus and adenocarcinoma: Wouter Curvers and Paul Fockens and Jacques Bergman.
Section 2: Stomach and Duodenum.
7 Clinical application of magnification endoscopy with NBI in the stomach and the duodenum: Kenshi Yao and Takashi Nagahama and Fumihito Hirai and Suketo Sou and Toshiyuki Matsui and Hiroshi Tanabe and Akinori Iwashita and Philip Kaye and Krish Ragunath.
8 Magnifying endoscopy with NBI in the diagnosis of superficial gastric neoplasia and its application for ESD: Mitsuru Kaise and Takashi Nakayoshi and Hisao Tajiri.
Section 3: Colon.
9 Optical chromoendoscopy using NBI during screening colonoscopy: its usefulness and application: Yasushi Sano and Shigeaki Yoshida.
10 The significance of NBI observation for inflammatory bowel diseases: Takayuki Matsumoto and Tetsuji Kudo and Mitsuo Iida.
Part III: Atlas of Images and Histopathologic Correlates.
11 Pharynx and esophagus atlas.
12 Stomach atlas.
13 Small intestine atlas.
14 Colon atlas.
A companion DVD containing the text, images, and video clips is.
included at the end of the book.