Be it Resolved that Endolumenal Therapies, Including Full Thickness Recection, Will Make Segmental Resection Obsolete for Primary Treatment of Gastrointestinal Neoplasia


Presented by Lee Swanstrom, MD and Bruce Schirmer, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; The Great Presidential Debates of 2014

Dr. Lee Swantsrom’s argument begins: Endoluminal therapies will be the future of early GI cx tx–1:55
case 1 example–5:40
case 2 example–7:20
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