Compared with gastroscopy, EUS
is more valuable for the diagnosis of gastric submucosal lesions due to its improved imaging of gut wall and surrounding structures.
in RC staging is associated with higher utilization of neoadjuvant chemoradiation without a significant difference in overall survival," conclude the authors.
It is true that EUS
has been used in clinical practice for more than 30 years since it was first developed for pancreatic disease diagnosis and staging of pancreatic malignancies.
The inclusion criteria were as follows: all patients with abdominal or mediastinal LNs, either associated with primary masses or isolated, referred for EUS
It covers audit of Endoscopy (2015), Colonoscopy Audit (2015) ERCP Audit (2015 and 2016) EUS
Audit (2015 and 2016) HCC Audit (2015) Fibro scan Audit (2015).
Abbreviations C-TBNA: Conventional transbronchial needle aspiration EBUS: Endobronchial ultrasound EBUS-TBNA: Endobronchial ultrasound transbronchial needle aspiration EUS-FNA: Esophageal ultrasound fine needle aspiration EUS
: Esophageal ultrasound IP: Interventional Pulmonology LN: Lymph node ROSE: Rapid onsite cytologic evaluation.
reported a case of esophageal GCT diagnosed by endoscopic biopsy and EUS
that treated by endoscopic submucosal dissection.
In Pakistan, a single study described incidence of EUS
in freshwater fishes (Rab et al., 2001), with no evidence of causative agent and its detailed characterization till date.
The echo images on B-mode EUS
were isoechoic (n = 6) or hypoechoic (n = 141) (Table 2).
Experts from the Emirates Urological Society, EUS
, will highlight the importance of raising awareness about the factors that lead to urological disorders.
This adds to the already known impact of EUS-FNA or EUS
alone on clinical decisions and outcomes of pancreatic disease.
Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS
) is a minimally invasive technique used in assessment and staging of gastrointestinal diseases.