This volume reviews the history of endoscopy to diagnose small bowel disorders, places other diagnostic modalities into perspective, and defines the role of capsule endoscopy and per overtube assisted and retrograde enteroscopy in disorders as disparate as gluten sensitive enteropathy, small bowel neoplasms, and inflammatory bowel disease. The book further details the nonoperative approach to NSAID strictures, foreign body retrieval (to include impacted capsule endoscopes), and the diagnosis and treatment of chronically bleeding angiodysplastic lesions. The text is also richly illustrated with over 150 images and includes online video segments. Written by experts in the field, Endoscopy in Small Bowel Disorders is a valuable resource for medical and surgical residents, gastroenterologists in training and practice, therapeutic endoscopists, and general and colorectal surgeons.aJust before imaging, patients are asked to drink another 200 ml of contrast material to opacify the stomach and duodenum. ... requires the patient to undertake a low-residue diet for the preceding 3 days and fast for 6 h before the procedure. ... Patients who are acutely ill do not undergo the lowresidue diet but are kept nil by mouth for 6 h prior to the MRE examination. ... If on this sequence contrast is seen to have reached the ileocecal junction, an intravenous injection of antiperistalticanbsp;...
|Title||:||Endoscopy in Small Bowel Disorders|
|Author||:||Richard Kozarek, Jonathan A. Leighton|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-06-10|