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Current Issue: February 2019

Comparison of endoscopic papillary large balloon dilation with or without endoscopic sphincterotomy for the treatment of large bile duct stones

by Jin-Seok Park et al.

Fig. 1 Endoscopic stone removal by endoscopic papillary large balloon dilation without sphincterotomy. A large brown-pigmented stone is extracted using a retrieval balloon catheter through the dilated papilla.

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Peroral endoscopic myotomy and fundoplication: a novel NOTES procedure

by Haruhiro Inoue et al.

Fig. 2 Anchoring of the endoloop with endoclips to the anterior wall of the gastric fornix and the esophagogastric junction. Image shows the distal anchor at the gastric anterior wall.

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Considering the impact of the flexible polypectomy snare

by Douglas K. Rex et al.

Fig. 1 Colonoscopic resection of pedunculated colon polyps using the flexible diathermic snare. Illustration: Michal Rössler.

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A multimodal (FACILE) classification for optical diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease associated neoplasia

by Marietta Iacucci et al.

Fig. 3. FACILE classification: nonpolypoid lesion.

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Selective application of fully covered biliary stents and narrow-diameter esophageal stents for proximal esophageal indications

by Maoyin Pang et al.

Fig. 1 Small-diameter, fully covered, self-expandable metal stent used for esophageal stricture.

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Risk factors for conversion to snare resection during colorectal endoscopic submucosal dissection in an expert Western center

by Enrique Pérez-Cuadrado-Robles

Fig. 2 a Example of a tumor in which rescue endoscopic mucosal resection was required. A 50-mm nongranular-type laterally spreading tumor located in the cecum, characterized as Paris 0-IIb.

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