Live Case: EGD and EMR in Nodular Barrett's Esophagus Indefinite for Dysplasia

 

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In this video, Gregory Ginsberg, MD,  Director of Endoscopic Services at Penn Medicine, performs an esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) and endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) in a patient with nodular Barrett’s esophagus indefinite for dysplasia, a category in which it’s not possible to determine whether changes in the mucosa are inflammatory or oncogenic in nature.  Commentary is provided by Gary Falk, MD, and Gary Lichtenstein, MD.

 

To view other parts of this program:

Live Case: EGD and EMR with EUS for Duodenal Cyst

Live Case: Colorectal EMR for Adenoma with High-Grade Dysplasia in a Patient with Suspected Lynch Syndrome

 

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