Myotomy starting point & length informed by high-resolution esophageal manometry
Presented by Erin M Thompson at the SS18: Flexible Endoscopy Session during the SAGES 2018 Annual Meeting.
Will reflux be the death of POEM?
Presented by John R Romanelli at the POEM Coming of Age: What Have We Learned and What Are We Still Learning? during the SAGES 2018 Annual Meeting.
Presented by Richard C Perugini at the SS22: Friday Exhibit Hall Video Presentations Session 3 held during the 2017 SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Friday, March 24, 2017 Keyword(s): abdomen, abdominal pain, AbsorbaTack, adrenal, adult, Bochdalek hernia, chest, colon, CT scan, diaphragm, drain, emesis, exhibit hall video presentations session 3, female, fluid, follow-up, […]
SAGES Resident Webinar : Career Development: Personal, Professional, Financial-December 2014
Chair: Jacob Greenberg, MD Faculty: Jon Gould, MD; Aurora Pryor, MD; and Daniel Wallach December 9, 2014 professional development by Dr. Jon Gould–2:55 disclosures–4:27 7 habits of highly effective people–5:36 build your clinical practice–11:23 be proactive–15:35 success breeds success–16:30 Keyword(s): 401k, 403b, 457 plan, AAS, abundance mentality, academia, academic couples, academic partners, academic practice, academic […]
How do you Address Large Polyps? – PG: MIS Colorectal Surgery
Panel-debate: MIS Colorectal Surgery Keyword(s): appendectomy, appendix, artificial tears, cecum, colectomy, colon polyps, colonoscopy, CR surgery, EMR, endoscopic management, endoscopy, ESD, frozen section, gastroenterologist, GI bleeding, Gonak, HGD, lap assisted, laparoscope, leak, minimally invasive, piecemeal excision, polypoid lesions, reimbursement, saline lift, segmental resection, sessile polyp, splenic flexure, tattoo