Argon plasma coagulation and the future applications for dual-mode endoscopic probes.

Abstract

Argon plasma coagulation (APC) is a thermoablative technique increasingly being used in endoscopy. Since its introduction, the flexible APC probe has been employed by endoscopists throughout the world. APC has helped change the endoscopic management of many gastrointestinal (GI) diseases, including hemorrhagic proctitis, watermelon stomach, bleeding peptic… (More)

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@article{Canady2006ArgonPC, title={Argon plasma coagulation and the future applications for dual-mode endoscopic probes.}, author={Jerome Canady and Kimberly Wiley and Biagio Ravo}, journal={Reviews in gastroenterological disorders}, year={2006}, volume={6 1}, pages={1-12} }