Key Features

  • Get a clear overview of everything you need to know to establish an endoscopic practice, from what equipment to buy to providing effective cytopathology services.

Table of Contents

Section I. Basics of EUS

1. Principles of Ultrasound

2. Equipment

3. Training and Simulators

4. Indications, Preparation, and Adverse Effects

5. New Techniques in Endoscopic Ultrasound: Real-Time Elastography, Contrast-Enhanced EUS, and Fusion Imaging

Section II. Mediastinum

6. How to perform EUS in the Esophagus and Mediastinum

7. EUS and EBUS in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

8. EUS in Esophageal Cancer

9. EUS in the evaluation of Posterior Mediastinal Lesions

Section III. Stomach

10. How to perform EUS in the Stomach

11. Subepithelial Lesions

12. EUS in the evaluation of Gastric Tumors

Section IV. Pancreas and Biliary Tree

13. How to perform EUS in the Pancreas, Bile Duct and Liver

14. EUS in Inflammatory Disease of the Pancreas

15. EUS in Pancreatic Tumors

16. EUS in the Evaluation of Pancreatic Cysts

17. EUS in Bile Duct, Gallbladder and Ampullary Lesions

Section V. Anorectum

18. How to perform Anorectal EUS

19. EUS in Rectal Cancer

20. Evaluation of Anal Sphincter by Anal EUS

Section VI. EUS-guided Tissue Acquisition

21. How to perform EUS-guided Fine Needle Aspiration

22. How to perform EUS-guided Fine Needle Biopsy

23. Cytology Primer for Endosonographers

Section VII. Interventional EUS

24. EUS-guided Drainage of Pancreatic Fluid Collections

25. EUS-guided Drainage of the Biliary and Pancreatic Ductal Systems

26. EUS-guided Ablation Therapy and Celiac Plexus Interventions

27. EUS-guided Drainage of Gallbladder, Pelvic Abscess and Other Therapeutic Interventions


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