Endoscopy E-Videos (former Cases and Techniques Library)

E-Videos (former Cases and Techniques Library)

E-Videos is an online section of the journal Endoscopy, reporting on interesting cases and new techniques in gastroenterological endoscopy. All papers include a high-quality video and are freely accessible online.

You can find all E-Videos here.

2022 will see an important change to Endoscopy’s E-Video section: with the ever-growing demand for this format and the steady rise of open access as an important publication mode, E-Videos will be published open access in the future. Benefits for authors include retaining full copyright of their publication and experiencing faster impact of their research as others can quickly built on their findings.

E-Video papers submitted on or after 1 January 2022 and accepted for publication will be subject to the regular open access article processing charge (APC) of Endoscopy, albeit with a significant discount for a total of EUR 375 per E-Video paper. All E-Videos will be published with a Creative Commons CC-BY license.

Endoscopy E-Videos qualify for HINARI discounts and waivers and eligibility is automatically checked during the submission process. A full list of countries participating in HINARI can be found at https://www.who.int/hinari/eligibility/en/

 

Here are this month's E-Videos:

Role of cholangioscopy and therapeutic options in complex anastomotic strictures after liver transplantation​​​​​​​
Mateus Pereira Funari, Bruno Salomão Hirsch, Tomazo Prince Franzini et al.

“Spider traction” endoscopic submucosal dissection for colonic lesion
Borathchakra Oung, Jérémie Albouys, Sophie Geyl et al.

Multimodal imaging for detection and segmentation of Barrett’s esophagus-related neoplasia using artificial intelligence
Pierre Lafeuille, Jérôme Rivory, Thomas Lambin et al.

Endoscopic submucosal dissection with double-endoscope and snare-based traction for adenoma involving the ileocecal valve
Chu-Kuang Chou, Kun-Feng Tsai, Li-Chun Chang et al.

Key tips for using computer-aided diagnosis in colonoscopy – observations from two different platforms​​​​​​​
Chieh Sian Koo, Dmitrii Dolgunov, Calvin Jianyi Koh et al.

​Do you have any interesting clinical cases you would like to share with the wider Endoscopy community?

Submit your case along with an accompanying video via the E-Video section at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/e-videos.

To view the Instructions for Authors of E-Videos, please click here.

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