Eus guided tissue acquisition an issue of gastrointestinal endoscopy clinics 1st edition authors shyam varadarajulu robert h hawes this issue should serve as a primer to endoscopists who are seeking state of the art clinical guidance on endoscopic ultrasound tissue acquisition. This issue should serve as a primer to endoscopists who are seeking state of the art clinical guidance on endoscopic ultrasound tissue acquisition authors address the changing paradigm in eus guided tissue acquisition and when does the oncologist require. Read the latest articles of gastrointestinal endoscopy clinics of north america at sciencedirectcom elseviers leading platform of peer reviewed scholarly literature comprehensive primer on eus guided tissue acquisition edited by shyam varadarajulu robert h hawes volume 24 issue 1 select article tips to overcome technical . Incidentally noted subepithelial lesions of the gi tract are frequently encountered during endoscopy with an estimated incidence of 1 in 300 patients1 although many of these lesions are benign up to 25 are malignant or premalignant with gastrointestinal stromal tumors gists accounting for almost 75 of these lesions2 eus evaluation of subepithelial lesions is pivotal to determine mural . A title in the the clinics internal medicine series gastrointestinal endoscopy clinics progress in endoscopic ultrasonography foreword endoscopic ultrasound becomes a major interventional tool preface progress in endoscopic ultrasonography new developments in endoscopic ultrasound tissue acquisition
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