Foregut Learning Theme

22.2% (n=361) of 2013 annual meeting attendees chose the Foregut learning theme.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 38.1% (n=127) wanted to increase use of flexible endoscopy in general.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 29.6% (n=107) wanted to increase use of endoscopic techniques to manage complications.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 72.0% (n=260) wanted to improve management of foregut surgical conditions including hiatal hernia, GERD and achalasia.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 33.2% (n=120) wanted to modify use of mesh in the treatment of hiatal hernia.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 27.1% (n=98) wanted to improve management of Barrett’s esophagus.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 25.5% (n=92) wanted to improve management of upper GI malignancies including GIST tumors.

Of 2013 annual meeting attendees interested in the Foregut learning theme, 24.7% (n=89) wanted to increase use of MIS techniques in the management of emergency surgical diseases.

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