Current Issue: August 2019
by Juliana Yang et al.
Fig. 1d Endoscopic image after lumen-apposing metal stent (LAMS) deployment showing the proximal flange within the gastric lumen.
by Lasse Pedersen et al.
Fig. 1 Danish post-colonoscopy colorectal cancer (PCCRC) occurring within 3 years of a negative colonoscopy
by Cesare Hassan et al.
Table 1 Agents recommended for routine bowel preparation.
by Stefan Seewald et al.
Fig. 1a Graphic showing a variety of pathological processes that may be treated with therapeutic EUS techniques. These include, but are not limited to: drainage of pancreatic pseudocysts and necrosis, drainage of subdiaphragmatic, retroperitoneal and pelvic abscesses and collections, transgastric bile or pancreatic duct stent placement, and enteral anastomosis.
Illustration: Michal Rössler
by Javier Sola-Vera et al.
Fig. 1 Endocuff (left) and transparent cap (right), both used during colonoscopy
by Arne Bleijenberg et al.
Fig. 1 Endoscopic and histologic examples of a hyperplastic polyp (with typical narrow, serrated crypts), sessile serrated lesion (with typical widened serrated crypts with L- or anchor-shaped crypt bases), and a traditional serrated adenoma (with typical ectopic crypt formation, eosinophilic cytoplasm, and jigsaw-shaped serrations).