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Retraction Notice to "Endoscopic Resection for Rectal Carcinoid Tumors: Comparision of Polypectomy and Endoscopic Submucosal Resection with Band Ligation"

Lee SH, Park SJ, Kim HH, Ok KS, Kim JH, Jee SR, Seol SY, Kim BM

This retracts the below mentioned article upon the authors' request.
The "Two-Sword Fencing" Technique in Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection

Nishizawa , Uraoka T, Ochiai Y, Suzuki H, Goto O, Fujimoto A, Maehata T, Kanai T, Yahagi N

No abstract available.
Colonic Lymphangiomatosis Resolved after Excisional Biopsy

Lee YS, Kim GW, Cho HJ, Shim CS

Lymphangioma is an uncommon malformation of the lymphatic system that involves a benign proliferation of the lymphatics, with no established treatment method. Multiple colonic lymphangioma, or colonic lymphangiomatosis, is an...
Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy Through the Sinus Tract of a Surgical Gastrostomy

Kotzampassi K, Stavrou G

We present the case of a woman on whom a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) was performed through the sinus tract of a previous surgical gastrostomy for supraglottic obstructing malignancy. Five...
An Extremely Rare Case of Gastric Subepithelial Tumor: Gastric Endometriosis

Ha JK, Choi CW, Kim HW, Kang DH, Park SB, Kim SJ, Hong JB

Endometriosis is a disease characterized by the presence of endometrial tissue outside of the uterine cavity. It is common in women of childbearing age, and is most frequently located in...
Esophageal Cancer in Esophageal Diverticula Associated with Achalasia

Choi AR, Chon NR, Youn YH, Paik HC, Kim YH, Park H

The simultaneous occurrence of achalasia and esophageal diverticula is rare. Here, we report the case of a 68-year-old man with multiple esophageal diverticula associated with achalasia who was later diagnosed...
Corrosive Esophagitis Caused by Ingestion of Picosulfate

Seo JY, Kang KJ, Kang HS, Kim SE, Park JW, Moon SH, Kim JH, Park CK

Corrosive esophagitis is characterized by caustic injury due to the ingestion of chemical agents, mainly alkaline substances such as detergents. Esophageal bleeding, perforation, or stricture can be worsened by high-degree...
Twenty-Second versus Sixty-Second Dilation Duration in Endoscopic Papillary Balloon Dilation for the Treatment of Small Common Bile Duct Stones: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Multicenter Trial

Bang BW, Lee TH, Song TJ, Han JH, Choi HJ, Moon JH, Kwon CI, Jeong S

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Endoscopic papillary balloon dilation (EPBD) has been advocated as an alternative therapy to endoscopic sphincterotomy for the treatment of common bile duct (CBD) stones. However, there is no established...
Endoscopic Mucosal Resection with Circumferential Incision for the Treatment of Large Sessile Polyps and Laterally Spreading Tumors of the Colorectum

Hong YM, Kim HW, Park SB, Choi CW, Kang DH

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) is the standard treatment for colorectal polyps such as adenomas and early cancers with no risk of lymph node metastasis. However, endoscopic resection of large...
Comparison between the Effectiveness of Oral Phloroglucin and Cimetropium Bromide as Premedication for Diagnostic Esophagogastroduodenoscopy: An Open-Label, Randomized, Comparative Study

Yun HW, Shim KN, Na SK, Ryu JI, Lee MJ, Song EM, Kim SE, Jung HK, Jung SA

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Suppression of gastrointestinal (GI) peristalsis during GI endoscopy commonly requires antispasmodic agents such as hyoscine butylbromide, atropine, glucagon, and cimetropium bromide. This study examined the efficacy of oral phloroglucin...
Survey of Endoscope Reprocessing in Korea

Park JB, Yang JN, Lim YJ, Koo JS, Jang JY, Park SH, Hong SJ, Kim SW, Chun HJ, Disinfection Management Committee of the Korean Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

BACKGROUND/AIMS: There is a growing emphasis on quality management in endoscope reprocessing. Previous surveys conducted in 2002 and 2004 were not practitioner-oriented. Therefore, this survey is significant for being the...
Rare Nonneoplastic Cysts of Pancreas

Kim YS, Cho JH

Pancreatic cysts represent a small proportion of pancreatic diseases, but their incidence has been recently increasing. Most pancreatic cysts are identified incidentally, causing a dilemma for both clinicians and patients....
Recent Advances in Endoscopic Papillectomy for Ampulla of Vater Tumors: Endoscopic Ultrasonography, Intraductal Ultrasonography, and Pancreatic Stent Placement

Han J, Lee DW, Kim HG

Since it was first described nearly three decades ago, endoscopic papillectomy (EP) has been utilized as a less invasive, alternative therapy for adenoma of the major duodenal papilla. In this...
Burdick's Technique for Biliary Access Revisited

Goenka MK, Rai VK

The precut sphincterotomy is used to facilitate selective biliary access in cases of difficult biliary cannulation. Needle-knife precut papillotomy is the standard of care but is associated with a high...
Endoscopic Ablation Therapy for Biliopancreatic Malignancies

Roque J, Ho SH, Reddy N, Goh KL

Biliopancreatic malignancies such as cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) has notoriously been diagnosed late. As such most therapy have been palliative in nature. Cholangioscopy allows for an earlier diagnosis to be made. Brachytherapy...
Preoperative Drainage for Malignant Biliary Strictures: Is It Time for Self-Expanding Metallic Stents?

Roque J, Ho SH, Goh KL

Palliation of jaundice improves the general health of the patient and, therefore, surgical outcomes. Because of the complexity and location of strictures, especially proximally, drainage has been accompanied by increased...
Is the Balloon Dilation Duration in Endoscopic Papillary Balloon Dilation (EPBD) Related to the Occurrence of Post-EPBD Pancreatitis?

Kim DU

No abstract available.
Many Options to Manage Laterally Spreading Tumors

Chang DK

No abstract available.
Current Status of Endoscope Reprocessing in Korea

Cho YS

No abstract available.

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