Current Issue: January 2020
by Carlijn A. M. Roumans et al.
Fig 2 Summary of pooled proportions and 95% confidence intervals of adherence to guideline recommendations, subdivided per domain. n, number of studies included in the meta-analysis; BE, Barrett’s esophagus; GE, gastroesophageal; IM, intestinal metaplasia; LGD, low grade dysplasia; NDBE, nondysplastic Barrett’s esophagus; SQ, squamocolumnar.
by Priscilla A. van Riet et al.
Fig. 2 Endoscopic ultrasound images of hypodense lesions of the pancreatic head. a Lesion, 4 cm in size, irregular borders, and in close proximity to the superior mesenteric artery, sampled with the 20G fine-needle biopsy needle. b Lesion, 2 cm in size, irregular borders, sampled with the 25G fine-needle aspiration needle.
by Cesare Hassan et al.
Fig. 4 Endoscopic views showing: a an adenomatous polyp; b a hyperplastic polyp. Both types present with a homogeneous appearance of round (non-dark) pits and pericryptal vessels. As these descriptors were shared by the two different histological categories, new definitions for pericryptal vessels that were distinct for each of the two polyp types were provided.
Now new in Endoscopy: "Art in endoscopy"
by Arne Bleijenberg et al.
"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 Gaius Longcroft-Wheaton et al.
Fig. 1 Example of images used in the endoscopist training program. High grade dysplasia visualized using acetic acid (Portsmouth protocol). Note the loss of acetowhitening and disordered surface patterns in the affected area.
by Guido von Figura et al.
Fig. 1 Endoscopic view of the Endocuff vision device being used to stabilize the scope position prior to polyp resection.
by Jagpal S. Klair et al.
Fig. 1 Correlation between: a adenoma detection rate (ADR) and serrated polyp detection rate (SDR); b ADR and advanced adenoma detection rate (AADR), with respective scatter plots.
by Benjamin Meier et al.
Fig. 2 Resection using the full-thickness resection device. 1 = The lesion is identified. 2 = The lesion is marked by coagulation. 3 = The lesion is grasped. 4 = Typical resection site after endoscopic full-thickness resection. 5 and 6 = Full-thickness resection specimen and complete resection (macroscopic).