Quality in Endoscopy: Upper GI endoscopy & neoplasia

Meeting Presentations

SESSION 1: UPPER GI ENDOSCOPY: INDICATIONS, TECHNIQUE AND REPORTING
  • Who should undergo upper GI endoscopy?
  • Lars Aabakken
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  • How should diagnostic upper GI be performed?
  • Cesare Hassan
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  • THE GREAT DEBATE 1:
    Do we need advanced endoscopic imaging?
  • PRO:                                    Raf Bisschops
  • CON:                                    Alberto Larghi
  • Is “sedation” necessary?
  • PRO:                                    Cesare Hassan
  • CON:                                    Pedro Amaro
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  • Minimal reporting requirements
  • Lars Aabakken
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  • How to report?
  • Neoplastic lesions
    Sergey Kashin
  • Non-neoplastic lesions: erosions, lumps and others
    Miguel Areia
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Session 2: WHAT IS A NORMAL UPPER GI ENDOSCOPY?
  • THE GREAT DEBATE 2:
  • What are “a normal esophagus” and “a normal z line”? Do we need biopsies?
  • PRO:                                    Alexander Meining
  • CON:                                    Sergey Kashin
  • What is a “normal gastroscopy”? Do we need biopsies?
  • PRO:                                    Miguel Areia
  • CON:                                    Cesare Hassan
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Session 3: SUPERFICIAL ESOPHAGEAL SCC
  • Prerequisites for a local treatment as a curative approach
  • Cord Langner
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  • How to stage early esophageal SCC after detection
  • We only need endoscopy for staging
    Pedro Amaro
  • Additional imaging is required for staging
    Alexander Meining
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  • How to treat early esophageal SCC after detection
  • Endoscopic treatment Pierre Deprez
  • Additional treatment Thomas Seufferlein
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Session 4: BARRETT’S AND ESOPHAGEAL CARCINOMA
  • How to report Barrett’s esophagus?
  • Raf Bisschops
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  • Novel tools for early detection of Barrett’s neoplasia
  • Stanislas Chaussade
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  • THE GREAT DEBATE 3:
  • Should we treat BE before dysplasia?
  • PRO:                                    Jacques Bergmann
  • CON:                                    Oliver Pech
  • How to treat BE with low grade dysplasia?
  • PRO:                                    Alberto Larghi
  • CON:                                    Pierre Deprez
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  • Carcinogenesis of Barrett Carcinoma
  • Fátima Carneiro
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  • How to remove early esophageal adenocarcinoma?
  • How to stage BE cancer: EUS or endoscopic removal
    Raf Bisschops

  • How to remove BE cancer: EMR or ESD? Expected outcome 
    Oliver Pech

  • How to remove BE cancer: is there a room for surgery
    Arnulf Hölscher
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Session 5: ATROPHY, INTESTINAL METAPLASIA AND GASTRIC ADENOCARCINOMA
  • How to manage gastric precancerous conditions?
  • Mário Dinis-Ribeiro
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  • How to stage gastric cancer
  • The endoscopist point of view     Alexander Meining
  • The pathologist point of view       Cord Langner
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  • How to treat early gastric cancer
  • Endoscopy     Horst Neuhaus
  • Surgery          Mark van Berge Henegouwen
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Session 6: FOLLOW-UP
  • THE GREAT DEBATE 4
  • Endoscopy is enough              Cesare Hassan
  • When is CT-scan necessary?  Pedro Amaro
  • Are biomarkers necessary?     Markus Moehler
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  • Closing words
  • Mario Dinis-Ribeiro
  • ESGE/ESDO Position Statement on Quality of upper GI endoscopy for superficial neoplasms detection, reporting and treatment
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