Non-homogenous LST-G postanal (9 cm). DSE using the tunnel technique (Pedro J. Rosón)
T12-Polipectomía EMR y ESD / abril 23, 2018

Impressive case where a DSE of a large lesion of postanal localization with non-homogenous LST-G morphology performed by Dr. Rosón. The technique used has been tunneling, where initially an incision is created in the anal margin of the lesion somewhat larger than 1 cm that allows access to the submucosal plane. Once the tunnel is made, an incision of similar size is made on the oral side of the lesion. Throughout this phase an endoknive Flushknife BT 1.5 mm has been used. The next phase is the lateral extension of the dissection where an IT-Nano was used. Finally, the lateral incisions were excised to resect all the lesion. In this area the vessels are redundant and thermocoagulated with coagrasper. As an injection solution as well as that used for the Flushknife it was a mixture of Voluven + indigo carmine + adrenaline.

Hybrid ESD hepatic flexure (Dr. Rosón)
T12-Polipectomía EMR y ESD / abril 23, 2018

Very interesting technique of hybrid ESD carried out with a single instrument (handle of Poilpectomy Snare Inflator of Medwork) by Dr. Rosón (Hospital Quirón, Málaga). This technique is very useful for flat lesions (like this 22 mm with LST-G morphology) located in areas of the colon with poor maneuverability such as the hepatic flexure.

Stenosis of esophagogastric anastomosis.Treatment with RIC technique (radial incision and cutting) (F.J. Gallego)
T05-Dilatación / abril 23, 2018

Treatment with the RIC (radial incision and cutting) technique of stenosis of a high esophagogastric anastomosis (20 cm from the mouth) after surgery of a squamous cell carcinoma of the middle esophagus. The patient has undergone several dilations and placement of esophageal stent with early recurrence of dysphagia. With this last technique, it has improved a lot.

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