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ASGE Technology Status Evaluation Report: wireless capsule endoscopy.
To promote the appropriate use of new or emerging endoscopic technologies and those technologies that have an impact on endoscopic practice, the ASGE Technology Committee presents relevantExpand
Breaks in the wall: increased gaps in the intestinal epithelium of irritable bowel syndrome patients identified by confocal laser endomicroscopy (with videos).
IBS patients have significantly more epithelial gaps in their small intestine compared with healthy controls, which suggests that increased epithelial cell extrusion may be a cause of altered intestinal permeability observed in IBS. Expand
Tissue adhesives and fibrin glues.
Guidewires for use in GI endoscopy.
The ASGE Technology Committee provides reviews of existing, new, or emerging endoscopic technologies that have an impact on the practice of gastrointestinal endoscopy. Evidence-based methodology isExpand
Update on endoscopic tissue sampling devices.
Endoscopic clip application devices.
Increased epithelial gaps in the small intestines of patients with inflammatory bowel disease: density matters.
The epithelial gap density was significantly increased in patients with IBD compared with controls, and the secondary outcomes were correlation of gap density with disease activity, location, and severity of clinical disease. Expand
Long-term outcomes of endoluminal gastroplication: a U.S. multicenter trial.
Endoscopic gastroplication is safe and effective, and is associated with symptom reductions in patients with GERD for at least 24 months, with significant reductions in heartburn symptom scores and proton pump inhibitor use. Expand
Mind The Gaps: Confocal Endomicroscopy Showed Increased Density of Small Bowel Epithelial Gaps in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
The epithelial gap density was significantly higher in patients with Crohn's disease than controls and was also elevated in the mouse model of inflammatory bowel disease. Expand
Biliary and pancreatic stents.