Provides a concise overview of the most common aspects of upper endoscopy Includes online video clips that illustrate major concepts in the text written by experts in the field This volume provides a concise overview of the most vital aspects of upper endoscopy. The text is specifically geared towards first-year GI fellows and novice endoscopists to help them rapidly assimilate the core concepts needed to perform upper endoscopy in the most important and most commonly encountered clinical situations. The book also covers the most important variations of normal anatomy and pathology and how to manage them. Key concepts covered include foreign body removal, diagnosis and management of upper GI bleeding, Barrett’s Esophagus, evaluation and management of benign and malignant strictures of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum, submucosal lesions, and evaluation of postoperative upper GI anatomy.
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