Current Issue: August 2020
by Zaheer Nabi, Mohan Ramchandani, Rama Kotla et al.
Fig. 2 Identification of the gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) and assessment of the gastric myotomy: c with endoscopic view of the completed myotomy
by Christer Julseth Tønnesen, Juliet Young, Tom Glomsaker et al.
Now new in Endoscopy: Art in endoscopy - "Bubbles"
Bubbles can develop in the colon from the mix of bile and air with the cleansing laxative used for bowel preparation before colonoscopy.
by Tanya Bisseling
"Art in endoscopy"is an initiative of four gastroenterologists in training that aims to display examples of the incidentally beautiful images that are sometimes encountered in regular endoscopic practice.
by Saiko Marui, Norimitsu Uza, Hajime Yamazaki et al.
Fig. 1 Deployment of the laser-cut, covered, self-expandable metal stent (LC-CSEMS).
a Transpapillary insertion of stent delivery system.
b Endoscopic view of deployed LC-CSEMS with radiopaque markers at the end of the flares.
by Pasquale Scognamiglio, Matthias Reeh, Karl Karstens et al.
Fig. 1 Schematic pictures of endoscopic treatment for esophageal anastomotic leakage.
b Endoscopic vacuum therapy (EVT). The sponge (*) for EVT is placed into the anastomotic leak, while the suction tube (t) is guided transnasally. The gastric mucosa (g) and esophageal mucosa (e) can also be seen.
d A partially covered SEMS (s) is placed across the leak. Additionally, a triluminal jejunal feeding tube (x) is inserted. Scognamiglio Pasquale
by Edson Guzmán-Calderón, Francisco Ruiz, Juan Antonio Casellas et al.
Fig. 3 Duodenoscopy was performed immediately after embolization, and the absence of bleeding was confirmed.