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Title Advances in endoscopy in inflammatory bowel disease / Toshifumi Hibi, Tadakazu Hisamatsu, Taku Kobayashi, editors
Published Tokyo, Japan : Springer Nature, [2018]
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Contents Preface; Contents; Part I: The Role of Endoscopy in IBD; Chapter 1: The Role of Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Feasibility of Endoscopy in Active UC; 1.3 Mucosal Healing Evaluated by Endoscopy Contributes to a Better Outcome in UC; 1.4 Endoscopic Severity of UC Contributes to an Increased Risk of Colectomy; 1.5 Severe Mucosal Lesions of Colonic CD Evaluated by Endoscopy; 1.6 Mucosal Healing Evaluated by Endoscopy after Medical Treatment against CD; 1.7 Endoscopic Assessment Contributes in Predicting Relapses of CD after Surgery; 1.8 Conclusion; References
3.1 Small Bowel Endoscopy in the Twentieth Century3.2 New Generation of Small-Bowel Endoscopy; 3.2.1 Double-Balloon Endoscopy (DBE); 3.2.2 Single-Balloon Endoscopy (SBE); 3.2.3 Spiral Endoscopy (SE); 3.2.4 Usefulness of Insufflation of Carbon Dioxide Gas; 3.2.5 Usefulness of Selective Contrast Study; 3.3 Advantages of BAE in Diagnosis and Treatment of IBD; 3.3.1 Diagnostic Phase; 3.3.2 Follow-Up Phase; 3.3.3 Endoscopic Balloon Dilation; 3.3.4 Preoperative Close Examination Phase; 3.3.5 Postoperative Follow-Up (Kono-S Anastomosis is Recommended instead of Functional End-to-End Anastomosis)
3.3.6 Limitations of BAEReferences; Chapter 4: Current Progress of Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Capsule Endoscopy; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Small-Bowel VCE for IBD; 4.3 Colon CE for IBD; 4.4 Recent Advances in CE; 4.5 Summary; References; Chapter 5: Current Progress of Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: CT Enterography and CT Colonography in Inflammatory Bowel Disease; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 CT Enterography; 5.3 Technique; 5.4 Findings of IBD; 5.5 CT Colonography; 5.6 Technique; 5.7 Findings of IBD; 5.8 Limitations; 5.9 CTE and CTC with Low-Dose CT Technique; 5.10 Summary
Chapter 2: Current Progress of Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Colonoscopy2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Bowel Preparation and Additional Cleansing during Colonoscopy; 2.3 Recent Advances in Endoscopic Equipment; 2.4 Diagnosis of IBD and Differential Diagnosis; 2.4.1 Ulcerative Colitis; 2.4.2 Crohn's Disease; 2.5 Colonoscopic Follow Up; 2.5.1 Monitoring of Ulcerative Colitis; 2.5.2 Monitoring of Crohn's Disease; 2.6 Cancer Surveillance; 2.7 Summary; References; Chapter 3: Current Progress of Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Balloon-Assisted Enteroscopy
Summary Advances in Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease summarizes the recent progress made in endoscopy, an essential tool for the diagnosis and management of IBD. It goes on to provide an introduction of state-of-the-art endoscopic techniques, as well as an atlas of high-quality endoscopic images of IBD and related diseases. Among others, endoscopy is one of the clinical fields in which Asian countries are leading the way in the management of gastrointestinal disorders. As the number of patients with IBD is dramatically increasing in Asia, quality of patient care has been significantly improved. With diagnosis of intestinal Behcet, simple ulcers, and intestinal tuberculosis, which are unique to the Asian countries, this book offers the ideal standard textbook for IBD endoscopy in all Asian counties, while the superior quality of images also makes it a valuable resource for practitioners around the globe. This book will significantly help all physicians, endoscopists and researchers working on GI endoscopy, especially those focusing on IBD, to improve their knowledge of IBD endoscopy
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Subject Endoscopy.
Inflammatory bowel diseases.
Intestines -- Imaging.
Form Electronic book
Author Hibi, Toshiumi, editor
Hisamatsu, Tadakazu, editor
Kobayashi, Taku, editor
ISBN 4431560181 (electronic bk.)
9784431560180 (electronic bk.)