Gastrointestinal Endoscopy in Practice

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy in Practice
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Pages: 492
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
ISBN: 978-0-7020-3128-1
Copyright: 2011

Jean Marc Canard, MD, Jean-Christophe Letard, MD, Laurent Palazzo, MD, Ian Penman, BSc MD FRCP Edin and Anne Marie Lennon, MD, MRCPI, PhD

Practical GI Endoscopy provides an illustrated concise guide to the use of endoscopy in the diagnosis and management of disorders in the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract. There is a clinical “hands on” emphasis throughout with expert advice on the practical aspects of performing endoscopic techniques in both diagnosis and therapy, tips for avoiding complications and how best to deal with them if and when encountered. Written by the leading international names in gastrointestinal endoscopy, the text has been expertly edited into a succinct, instructive format. Presented in short paragraphs structured with headings, subheadings and bullet points and richly illustrated throughout with full-color photographs and line drawings the book will be an invaluable companion to the busy practicing gastroenterologist.

Key Features

Practical approach taken throughout, with step by step guides to performing procedures
Clear algorithms included throughout to summarize the clinical decision making process.
Detailed coverage of two specific procedures: endosonography and ERCP that provides an ideal resource for trainee and established endoscopists.
Outstanding full color illustrations incorporated throughout. Provides an accurate visual guide to the endoscopic approaches and techniques under discussion
World class team of international expert contributing authors from Europe and North America. Therapeutic options and preferred methods of treatment are drawn from all over the world and not just the US.

New to This Edition

Endosonography and ERCP
Radiofrequency Ablation for early Barrett’s neoplasia
Advanced imaging techniques: confocal endomicroscopy, autofluorescence, narrow band imaging, magnification endoscopy.
Endoscopic mucosal resection techniques
Small bowel endoscopy – capsule and enteroscopy
Endoscopy and obesity

Author Information

By Jean Marc Canard, MD, Gastroenterologist, GI Endoscopist, Past President of the French Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (SFED), Trocadéro Clinic, Paris, France; Jean-Christophe Letard, MD, Gastroenterologist, GI endoscopist, Past Vice President of the French Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (SFED), General Secretary of the French Association of Private Gastroenterology (CREGG), Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Polyclinique de Poitiers, Poitiers, France; Laurent Palazzo, MD, Gastroenterologist, GI Endoscopist, Past President of the French Society of Gastroenterology (SNFGE), Past President of the French Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (SFED) Medical Surgical Federation of Hepato-gastroenterology, Beaujon Hospital, University of Paris, Clichy, France; Trocadero Clinic, Paris, France; Ian Penman, BSc MD FRCP Edin, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Centre for Liver and Digestive Disorders, Royal Infi rmary of Edinburgh Edinburgh, UK and Anne Marie Lennon, MD, MRCPI, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director of the Pancreatic Cyst Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD, USA

Table of Contents

    • 1 Introduction to endoscopy
    • 1.1 Anatomy of an endoscope
    • 1.2 Electronic video endoscopy
    • 1.3 Endoscopic accessories
    • 1.4 Electrosurgical generators: procedures and precautions
    • 1.5 Organizational structure of an endoscopy unit
    • 1.6 Gastrointestinal endoscopy training
    • 1.7 Endoscopy nurses
    • 1.8 Patient information
    • 1.9 Medicolegal aspects of endoscopy
    • 1.10 Cleaning, disinfection, sterilization, and storage of endoscopy materials
    • 1.11 Gastrointestinal biopsies and histology
    • 2 Preparation for Endoscopy
    • 2.1 Management of patients on antithrombotic therapy prior to gastrointestinal endoscopy
    • 2.2 Antibiotic prophylaxis
    • 2.3 Sedation
    • 2.4 Chromoendoscopy and tattooing
    • 2.5 Pre-endoscopy checklist
    • 2.6 Endoscopy reports
    • 3 Diagnostic Upper Endoscopy
    • 4 Diagnostic Colonoscopy
    • 5 Small Bowel Endoscopy: Indications and Technique
    • 5.1 Video capsule endoscopy
    • 5.2 Enteroscopy: indications and techniques
    • 6 Advanced Imaging
    • 6.1 Confocal endomicroscopy
    • 6.2 New endoscopic imaging modalities
    • 7 Interventional Endoscopy
    • 7.1 Stricture dilation
    • 7.2 Emergency endoscopy in benign gastrointestinal obstruction
    • 7.3 Esophageal, duodenal and colorectal stenting
    • 7.4 Argon plasma coagulation
    • 7.5 Management of ingested foreign bodies
    • 7.6 Endoscopy in obesity
    • 7.7 Polypectomy
    • 7.8 Endoscopic treatment of upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage in patients with
    • peptic ulcer
    • 7.9 Endoscopic treatment of upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage secondary to
    • portal hypertension
    • 7.10. Endoscopic treatment of non-variceal non-ulcer gastrointestinal hemorrhage
    • 7.11 Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy
    • 7.12. Endoscopic mucosal resection
    • 7.13 Endoscopic pH monitoring and treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease
    • 7.14 Ablative therapies for esophageal neoplasia
    • 8 Complications of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
    • 9 Endosonography
    • 10 Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography
    • 10.1 Introduction
    • 10.2 Indications for diagnostic ERCP
    • 10.3 Drugs used in ERCP
    • 10.4 Equipment
    • 10.5 Checklist before starting an ERCP
    • 10.6 Basic ERCP technique
    • 10.7 Cytology, biopsies, and biochemical analysis
    • 10.8 Pancreaticobiliary anatomy
    • 10.9 ERCP imaging technique
    • 10.10 Abnormal imaging: classification and etiology
    • 10.11 Endoscopic sphincterotomy
    • 10.12 Biliary and pancreatic stone extraction techniques
    • 10.13 Biliary and pancreatic stents: insertion techniques
    • 10.14 Biliary and pancreatic balloon dilation
    • 10.15 Endoscopic ampullectomy
    • 10.16 Photodynamic therapy
    • 10.17 Cholangioscopy
    • 10.18 Sphincter of Oddi manometry
    • 10.19 Nasobiliary drain insertion
    • 10.20 Complications of ERCP