Combining TNT and ESD provides effective treatment while maintaining an organ-sparing strategy.
A case report of a patient presenting with a benign tubulovillous adenoma colon polyp with malignant potential shows how endoluminal surgery offers an alternative to extensive bowel resection.
Cleveland Clinic is pioneering the use of advanced endoscopic techniques to remove complex polyps and early malignant lesions in the digestive tract without anesthesia.
Cleveland Clinic colorectal surgeon Emre Gorgun, MD, has employed a new multi-channel advanced endoscopy instrument to aid endoluminal visualization, retraction and dissection of large, complex polyps. The approach may make endoscopic submucosal dissection less difficult to perform, and help some patients avoid colectomy and preserve bowel.
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Cleveland Clinic’s new center will make it easier for more patients to access and benefit from the most innovative and effective treatments in endoluminal surgery.