Current Issue: June 2020
by Su Mi Kim, Byung-Hoon Min, Joong Hyun Ahn et al.
Fig. 2 Nomogram for the prediction of lymph node metastasis in patients with early gastric cancer.
by Kofi W. Oppong, Noor L. H. Bekkali, John S. Leeds et al.
Table 3 Diagnostic performance.
by Enrique Rodríguez-de-Santiago, Leonardo Frazzoni, Lorenzo Fuccio et al.
Table 1 Prevalent digestive findings that might not require endoscopic surveillance.
Now new in Endoscopy: Art in endoscopy - "Oil painting"
Oil-painting of adenoma
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 Emmanuel Forté, Bérénice Petit, Thomas Walter et al.
Fig. 1 Endoscopic pictures of different cases of gastric hyperplastic polyps. a Large reddish hyperplastic polyp of the fundus on white light imaging. b Hyperplastic polyp of the antrum on narrow band imaging, with large regular mucosal pattern.
c Flat hyperplastic polyp of the corpus, with reddish aspect. d Irregular mucosal pattern of large hyperplastic polyp without dysplasia on narrow band imaging.
by Dong Kee Jang, Sang Hyub Lee, Dong Won Ahn et al.
Fig. 2 Endoscopic submucosal dissection with double clip and rubber band traction of a recurrent colonic lesion after previous endoscopicmucosal resection. c After fixing the two clips, the submucosal space becomes more visible as a result of the traction. d Dissection can be effectively and safely performed through the severe submucosal fibrosis.
by Junichi Kaneko, Hirotoshi Ishiwatari, Kohei Takizawa et al.
Fig. 3 Endoscopic images showing: a The perforation site, which could be observed after the stent had been pushed back into the stomach;
b The perforation site following its successful closure using an over-the-scope clip.