Read the abstract on a randomized tandem colonoscopy study, showing that LCI could reduce the miss rate of neoplastic lesions in the right colon.
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Join a special Evening Event dedicated to superficial digestive tumors, taking place on Wednesday April 11 at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in Paris.
This Evening Event as first of its kind is lead by Prof. Christophe CELLIER and Dr. Gabriel RAHMI (HEGP Paris) with the support of FUJIFILM France and the SFED partnership.
The topics include:
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Join the Satellite Symposium “Highlighting New Strategies in Advanced Endoscopy and A New BLI based Classification” with the chairman Prof. Raf Bisschops (University Leuven, BEL) on April 20 during the ESGE Days 2018.
The ESGE 27th Annual Congress (ESGE Days 2018) will be held on April 19-21 in Budapest, Hungary.
ESGE is European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy. ESGE Days 2018 will be the medium where experts from Medical and Gynaecology will get together to discuss concepts and assessments to advance knowledge for Medical, Health Care, Oncology, Gynaecology, Laparoscopic Surgery, Endometriosis and Urogynaecology subjects. 78.000 attendees are expected to visit this year’s ESGE Days Congress.
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The Training Module on the Application of BLI for Barrett’s Oesophagus is now available with an improved usability.
This tool had previously been developed in cooperation with Prof. Jacques Bergman (AMC, NL), Prof. Oliver Pech (Regensburg, GER) & Prof. Raf Bisschops (Leuven, BEL).
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Join the Satellite Symposium “Progress in Endoscopic Diagnosis of Early GI Neoplasia” with the chairmen Prof. H. Messmann (Klinikum Augsburg, GER) and Prof. P. Fockens (Academic Medical Center, NL) on February 1st during the the 20th International Endoscopy Symposium Düsseldorf.
The 20th International Endoscopy Symposium Düsseldorf will be held on February 1-3 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Since the first meeting the goal is to highlight latest developments in endoscopic imaging and minimally invasive approaches to gastrointestinal and biliopancreatic diseases.
For registration, click here.
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Join the Satellite symposium “Role of Detection and Characterization in Advanced Endoscopy” with the chairmen Prof. Alessandro Repici (Italy) and Prof. Hironori Yamamoto (Japan) on October 30th during UEG Week 2017.
The 25thUEG Week 2017, organized by the Society of United European Gastroenterology, is the largest and most prestigious GI meeting in Europe and takes place on Oct. 28th – Nov.1st at Fira Gran Via, Barcelona.
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Join the symposium “Blue Ligh Imaging: Neues Licht. Neue Erkenntnisse?” on September 15th during Visceral Medicine 2017, the 72th Annual Conference of DGVS with the chairmen Prof. Neuhaus (Düsseldorf) and Prof. Kiesslich (Wiesbaden).
Visceral Medicine, the 72th Annual Conference of DGVS takes place on Sep. 13 – 16, 2017 at Messe Dresden.
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