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Successful Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 5367785
  • Book
  • September 2021
  • 528 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Successful Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is a key purchase for all gastroenterologists, whether in training or more experienced, to allow them to develop and perfect their endoscopic skills. It is a particularly useful guide for those interested in mastering the latest new techniques and procedures, and an essential reference for both teachers of endoscopy and students alike.

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List of Contributors




Part I The Evolution of Basic Principles and Practice

1. Training in Endoscopy: A Historical Background
Jonathan Cohen & David A. Greenwald

2. How Endoscopy is Learned: Deconstructing Skill Sets
Gerald M. Fried & Kevin A. Waschke

3. Training to Become a High-Quality Endoscopist: Mastering the Nonprocedural Aspects
Sahar Ghassemi & Douglas O. Faigel

Part II Training in the Major Endoscopic Procedures

4. Training the endoscopic teacher
Catharine Walsch and Kevin A. Waschke

5. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD)
Lauren B. Gerson & Shai Friedland

6. Colonoscopy
Robert E. Sedlack

7. Endoscopic Ultrasound
Thomas J. Savides & Frank G. Gress

Joseph Leung & Brian S. Lim

9. Capsule Endoscopy
Felice Schnoll-Sussman & David E. Fleischer

10. Deep Enteroscopy
Jorge Machicado, Patrick I. Okolo & Jonathan M. Buscaglia

11. Choledochoscopy and Pancreatoscopy
"Jeffrey H. Lee & Peter Kelsey??  Raj Shah, Amrita ?"

12. Principles of Electrosurgery
David L. Carr-Locke & John Day

13. The Use of Fluoroscopy for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Douglas G. Adler

Part III Training in Specific Technique

14. Pediatric Endoscopy
Michael A. Manfredi & Jenifer R. Lightdale

15. Contrast-Enhanced Endoscopy - Chromo and Optical Contrast Techniques
Anna M. Buchner, Prateek Sharma, & Michael B. Wallace

16. GI Hemostasis
Brian J. Dunkin, Kai Matthes, & Dennis M. Jensen

17. Luminal Dilation Techniques (Strictures, Achalasia, Anastomotic, IBD)
Yi Jia, Syed M. Abbas Fehmi & Michael L. Kochman

18. Foreign Body Extraction
Gregory A. Coté, Steven A. Edmundowicz, & Sreenivasa S. Jonnalagadda

19. Endoscopic Mucosal Resection and Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection
Juergen Hochberger, Elena Kruse, Detlev Menke, Edris Wedi, SongSa Dammer, Peter Koehler, & Karl-Friedrich Buerrig

20. Mucosal Ablation Techniques
John A. Dumot, Bruce D. Greenwald, & Virender K. Sharma

21. Complicated Polypectomy
Jerome D. Waye & Yasushi Sano

22. Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES®)
"Kai Matthes, Mark A. Gromski, & Robert Hawes, David Desilets

23. Bariatric Endoscopy
Sohail N. Shaikh, Marvin Ryou, & Christopher C. Thompson

24. Repair of Mucosal Defects: A Primer on Endoscopic Closure of Gastrointestinal Perforations
Gottumukkla S. Raju and Sergey Kantsevoy

25. Esophageal, Gastroduodenal and Colorectal Stenting
Peter D. Siersema

26. ERCP Management of Complicated Stone Disease of the Bile Duct and Pancreas
Nithin Karanth, Jonathan Cohen, Gregory B. Haber, Ashley Vareedayah

27. ERCP Management of Malignancy: Tissue Sampling, Metal Stent Placement and Ampullectomy
Douglas A. Howell

28. Sphincter of Oddi Manometry
Evan L. Fogel, Stuart Sherman, & Glen A. Lehman

29. Pseudocyst Management
Michael J. Levy & Todd H. Baron

Part IV Challenges for the Future

30. Enteral Access Techniques: Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy and Jejunostomy
Lauren K. Schwartz, James A. DiSario

31. Training in Upper GI Motility Techniques
Anthony Lembo & Raxitkumar Patel

32. Training in Anorectal Techniques
Waqar Qureshi & Rome Jutabha

33. The Endoscopic Management of Immediate Complications of Therapeutic Endoscopy
David A. Greenwald & Martin L. Freeman

34. Assessing Manpower Needs in Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy: Lessons from the Past and Implications for the Future of Endoscopic Training
Mihir Wagh & Alan Barkun

35. International Opportunities for Obtaining Endoscopy Training
Fabian Emura and Todd H. Baron

36.  On-line Resources and Tools for Supplemental Training
R. Saentz et al

37. Providing Resources and Opportunities for Retraining for Practicing Endoscopists
John L. Petrini

38 Evolving Role of GI Societies and Industry in Training Endoscopists to Perform New Techniques: Supporting the Process and Setting the Standards
John A. Martin & Christopher J. Gostout

39 The Importance of Skills Assessment and Recording Personal Outcomes in the Future of Training
Peter B. Cotton, Roland M. Valori, Sachin Wani and Jonathan Cohen


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Jonathan Cohen New York University School of Medicine.
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