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Current Issue: June 2024

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Table of Contents

Original article

Gender authorship in major American and European gastroenterology journals: the gap is still unfilled

Editorial

Closing the gender authorship gap

Author commentary

Author commentary on Elisabetta Mastrorocco et al.

Original article

Predictors of persistent pain after extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy for painful chronic calcific pancreatitis

Original article

Effect of an E-learning resource on endoscopists’ proximal serrated polyp detection rate: a randomized controlled trial

Author commentary

Author commentary on David E. F.W. M. van Toledo et al.

Original article

Effect of an online educational module incorporating real-time feedback on accuracy of polyp sizing in trainees: a randomized controlled trial

Innovations and brief communications

When less is more: lower esophageal sphincter-preserving peroral endoscopic myotomy is effective for non-achalasia esophageal motility disorders

Guideline

American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy–European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy guideline on primary endoscopic bariatric and metabolic therapies for adults with obesity

ESGE 60th Anniversary Jubilee Editorial

ESGE and Public Advocacy

E-Videos

Endoscopy E-Videos – recently published

E-Videos

Endoscopic ultrasound gastroenterostomy: how to avoid inadvertent gastrocolostomy

E-Videos

Commentary

Letter to the editor

Endoscopic vacuum therapy for esophageal perforations: size and etiology of the defect need to be considered

Letter to the editor

Endoscopic mucosal resection for challenging colonic mucosal lesions

Letter to the editor

Reply to Fu et al.

Letter to the editor

Acupuncture as the cause of a hematoma-mediated colon obstruction treated endoscopically

Letter to the editor

Reply to Lu H

Featured articles

Endoscopy International Open – recently published

Newsletter

ESGE news and upcoming events June 2024

Correction

Correction: When less is more: lower esophageal sphincter-preserving peroral endoscopic myotomy is effective for non-achalasia esophageal motility disorders

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