Barrett’s Esophagus is associated with long-term gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) and is a risk factor for esophageal cancer. Current practice is to screen select patients who have multiple risk factors for esophageal cancer and monitor those patients diagnosed with Barrett’s Esophagus for development of precancerous change (dysplasia).
The Multidisciplinary Approaches to Early Barrett’s Cancer virtual presentation was held on November 18, 2020. Moderated by Sheila Krishnadath, Amsterdam University Medical Center (The Netherlands) and Prateek Sharma, University of Kansas (USA) the 90 minute presentation is available in four segments below. Watch different segments when you have time or all at once, the choice is yours.
Part 1 | Advanced Endoscopic Imaging for Diagnosing with Prateek Sharma
Part 2 | Endoscopic Resection (Japanese Perspective) with Seiichiro Abe
Part 3 | Role of Surgery with George Hanna
Part 4 | Surveillance and Follow-up with Kenneth Wang
ISDE wishes to recognize and thank the following individuals for their contributions to this virtual presentation:
- Sheila Krishnadath, Amsterdam University Medical Center (Netherlands)
- Prateek Sharma, University of Kansas Medical Center (USA)
- Seiichiro Abe, National Cancer Center Hospital (Japan)
- George Hanna, Imperial College (UK)
- Kenneth Wang, Mayo Clinic Rochester (USA)
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