Symposium “Recent Developments in Advanced Endoscopic Imaging”
See the complete Satellite Symposium, recorded during ESGE Days 2019, presented by Prof. Bhandari, Dr. Paggi and Prof. Rejchrt online.
8. February 2019 | News
Advanced endoscopic imaging
Technologies like LCI (Linked Color Imaging) for detection and BLI (Blue Light Imaging) for characterization, support physicians during examinations. A higher detection rate and exact characterization leads to the right diagnosis and treatment for the patient. For more information watch the video here.
3. December 2018 | Allgemein, News
Symposium ‘Who benefits from advanced endoscopic imaging’
Join the symposium: ‘Who benefits from advanced endoscopic imaging?’ chaired by Dr. E.J. Despott, London and Prof. S. Seewald, Zürich. It takes place during the 21st Düsseldorf International Endoscopy Symposium in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Thursday, February, 7th, 14.00.
For further information see the complete programme here
13. November 2018 | Allgemein, Events, News
Mini-symposium on BLI and LCI during SEED
Please join our mini-symposium “Introducción al BLI Y LCI en la práctica clínica endoscópica” during the congress SEED in Zaragoza, Spain. It takes place on Friday, November, 16th at 11:30 am and 5:30 pm. For further information please see our flyer here.
22. October 2018 | News
BASIC Classification eLearning Tool
Announcement of public launch.
If you are attending the UEG week 2018 in Vienna, you may have already heard that the BASIC Classification eLearning is going to be launched very soon.
Thanks to the great efforts of the BASIC expert board (Raf Bisschops, Cesare Hassan, Pradeep Bhandari, Emmanuel Coron, Helmut Neumann, Oliver Pech, and Alessandro Repici) as well as to the scientific input from additional leading gastroenterologists, we are delighted to look forward to a profound, userfriendly and helpful training tool.
It is planned to have the first public version going live in a few weeks, so we’re kindly asking you for a bit patience.
If you want to be one of the first ones to be notified once the BASIC Classification eLearning goes live, just subscribe to our newsletter or register.
18. October 2018 | News
New Book “Endoscopic Semiology of the Oesophagus” available
Detection and characterisation with the help of the multi-light modes Linked Colour Imaging and Blue Light Imaging:
As the first of a 3-book series by Prof. Emmanuel Coron (CHU de Nantes, FRA) and Dr. Gabriel Rahmi (HEGP, Paris, FRA), ‘Endoscopic Semiology of the Oesophagus’ covers the theoretical analysis of the Oesophagus and its challenging conditions that is essential for any gastroenterologist, complemented by a collection of 11 case studies in order to directly relate to medical practice and illustrate the most representative endoscopic aspects.
What is a normal oesophagus?
Barrett’s oesophagus: from metaplasia to cancer
Superficial squamous cell carcinoma
The Eluxeo endoscopy system (LCI and BLI)
To download the free electronic version, click below:
Satellite Symposium during UEG Week 2018 in Vienna
Join the Satellite symposium “Advanced Imaging in Endoscopy and Therapeutic Techniques” with the chairpersons Prof. Alessandro Repici (Italy) and Prof. Prateek Sharma (USA) on October 22nd during UEG Week 2018.
Austria Center Vienna| Monday, Oct. 22, 2018 | 5:45 – 7:15 pm | Room E1
The 26th UEG Week 2018, organized by the Society of United European Gastroenterology, is the largest and most prestigious GI meeting in Europe and takes place on Oct. 20 – 24 in Vienna, Austria.
UEG, or United European Gastroenterology, is a professional non-profit organisation combining all the leading European societies concerned with digestive health.
Together, the member societies represent more than 25,000 specialists from every field in gastroenterology. This makes UEG the most comprehensive organisation of its kind in the world, and a unique platform for collaboration and the exchange of knowledge.
Find the complete programme on the Satellite symposium, Booth lectures and ESGE Hands-on Training below
The BASIC classification for colorectal polyp characterization uses Blue Light Imaging System and stands for BLI Adenoma Serrated International Classification, i.e. a classification of colon adenomas, including serrated lesions based on BLI technology, which can be read in detail in the March issue of Endoscopy (Bisschops et al., Endoscopy. 2018 Mar; 50(3):211–20).
How BASIC works:
To read the full BASIC study by R. Bisschops, C. Hassan et al. and learn more about Blue Light Imaging, click here.
16. August 2018 | News
New Patient Case: Eosinophil Oesophagitis
Read the latest patient case by Dr. Milán Szalai & Dr. László Madácsy from Endo-Kapszula Private Medical Center, Hungary:
A 36 year-old man was admitted for dysphagia, food impaction and heartburn. About 10 years ago he had clinical signs of frequent gastrooesophageal reflux, but no treatment was applied and contrast X-ray showed no pathological malformation.