BOOKS

Endoscopic Semiology of the Stomach and the Duodenum

Detection, characterisation and resection with the help of the multi-light modes Linked Color Imaging (LCI) and Blue Light Imaging (BLI):

As the last of a 3-book series by Prof. Emmanuel Coron (CHU de Nantes, FRA), Dr. Gabriel Rahmi (HEGP, Paris, FRA) and Dr. Xavier Dray (CHU St Antoine, Paris, FRA) ‘Endoscopic Semiology of the Stomach and the Duodenum’ deals with semiology of precancerous lesions and superficial cancers of the stomach and the duodenum. The theoretical part is followed by a collection of 11 case studies in order to directly relate to medical practice and illustrate the most representative endoscopic aspects.

General Summary:

– Foreword

– How to explore the stomach? Where and how to perform biopsies?

– Superficial gastric cancers: how macro- or microscopic mucosal analysis can guide endoscopic treatment

– Towards better endoscopic characterisation of gastric lesions: future perspectives

– Duodenal tumours do exist: we have encountered them!

– Clinical cases

– 4 LED Multi-Light technology

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Endoscopic Semiology of the Colon

Detection, characterisation and resection with the help of the multi-light modes Linked Colour Imaging (LCI) and Blue Light Imaging (BLI):

As the second of a 3-book series by Prof. Emmanuel Coron (CHU de Nantes, FRA), Dr. Gabriel Rahmi (HEGP, Paris, FRA) and Prof. Lucine Vuitton (CHU , Besançon, FRA) ‘Endoscopic Semiology of the Colon’ covers the theoretical analysis of the colon and its challenging conditions that is essential for any gastroenterologist, complemented by a collection of 11 case studies in order to directly relate to medical practice and illustrate the most representative endoscopic aspects.

General Summary:

– Foreword

– Endoscopic imaging of the colon and how technological developments will influence the paradigms of medical decision-making

– Colorectal polyps: from screening to characterisation and how to choose the right therapeutic strategy

– Colonoscopy in the context of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): an indispensable tool for all stages of care

– Artificial intelligence: Perspectives in the developments in the field of digestive endoscopy

– Clinical cases

– 2018: Do we live in an ideal world?

– The Eluxeo™ techniques (BLI and LCI)

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Endoscopic Semiology of the Oesophagus

Detection and characterisation with the help of the multi-light modes Linked Colour Imaging and Blue Light Imaging:

As the first of a 3-book series by Prof. Emmanuel Coron (CHU de Nantes, FRA) and Dr. Gabriel Rahmi (HEGP, Paris, FRA),

‘Endoscopic Semiology of the Oesophagus’ covers the theoretical analysis of the Oesophagus and its challenging conditions that is essential for any gastroenterologist, complemented by a collection of 11 case studies in order to directly relate to medical practice and illustrate the most representative endoscopic aspects.

General Summary:

Foreword

What is a normal oesophagus?

Barrett’s oesophagus: from metaplasia to cancer

Superficial squamous cell carcinoma

Clinical cases

The Eluxeo endoscopy system (LCI and BLI)

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Artificial Intelligence & Digestive Diseases

The IMAD in Nantes and the French Society for Endoscopy have come together for an original initiative: the publication of a book devoted to artificial intelligence in digestive diseases. On the eve of the introduction of these technical innovations in medical practice, the book responds to the urgent need to summarise the current knowledge. Let’s make no mistake about it: the rise of artificial intelligence marks a crucial moment in the history of our disciplines.

It comes after 15 years of effort to invent new strategies in order to achieve precise, decision-making and proactive endoscopy. At the same time, it opens a new chapter and deeply challenges the role of physicians.

If you are interested in a hard cover copy of this edition, please use the Contact form or send us a mail to endoscopy_eu@fujifilm.com

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Clinical Images

LOCATION (COLON)

LOCATION (OESOPHAGUS)

LOCATION (DUODENUM)

LOCATION (STOMACH)

MEDICAL REPORT (BARRETT’S)

MEDICAL REPORT (POLYP)

MEDICAL REPORT (FLAT)