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Advances in endoscopic resection and radiofrequency ablation of early esophageal neoplasia

@inproceedings{Vilsteren2013AdvancesIE,
  title={Advances in endoscopic resection and radiofrequency ablation of early esophageal neoplasia},
  author={Frederike G. Van Vilsteren},
  year={2013}
}
Lokale behandeling van vroege slokdarmkanker met de endoscoop is veilig en effectief. Nadat met endoscopische resectie (wegsnijden) het aangedane gebied in de slokdarm wordt verwijderd, dient enkele weken later het overige slijmvlies van de slokdarm te worden behandeld met radiofrequente ablatie (wegbranden). Dit blijkt uit het onderzoek van Frederike van Vilsteren naar de behandeling van de zogeheten Barrett-slokdarm. Hierbij is de slokdarm van binnen bekleed met maagslijmvlies in plaats van… 

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