Core Concepts in Colonoscopy

Publisher : Slack

ISBN-13 : 9781617116148

Page : 192 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 148 voters

Core Concepts in Colonoscopy covers all aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy, emphasizing overarching concepts that gastroenterology fellows and physicians must know to achieve success in both the technical and cognitive aspects of the procedure. In this comprehensive resource, Dr. Douglas G. Adler and his contributors provides a straightforward and practical review of colonoscopy. Core Concepts in Colonoscopy aims to address and convey the core concepts of colonoscopy: from the structure and function of the colonoscope itself, to insertion techniques, loop formation and reduction, polypectomy techniques for any situation, the avoidance and management of perforations and other adverse events, as well as advanced techniques including (but not limited to) endoscopic mucosal resection and colonic stenting. Each chapter inside Core Concepts in Colonoscopy is lavishly illustrated with multiple key images to accentuate and enhance the written text, as well as a plethora of tips, tricks, and accumulated points of wisdom in each chapter on all facets of colonoscopy. Additional Website Component! Core Concepts in Colonoscopy is accompanied by a video website with specific videos connected to individual chapters that will illustrate basic and advanced colonoscopic techniques from many leading experts and will further enhance the learning process. The addition of the video website allows for a more robust learning experience and allows the reader to watch, listen, view repeatedly, and reinforces the techniques presented in the written text. GI fellows, junior gastroenterologists, and even advanced physicians will appreciate Core Concepts in Colonoscopy because of the user-friendly and efficient structure that allows for the material to be quickly read, as well as easily absorb the wealth of key practical knowledge found inside.

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