- Describes all established and new procedures in endoscopic therapy
- Richly illustrated throughout
- A “hands-on” guide that offers detailed instructions on how to perform endoscopic therapy
- A treasure trove for every physician or surgeon who performs endoscopies
This book, written by experts on gastroenterology and digestive surgery, provides comprehensive and detailed descriptions of all established and newly developed interventional endoscopic procedures. For each procedure, it addresses: indications; staff, instrumental and technical requirements; and results, potential complications and their management. Also featuring a wealth of images and drawings of the procedures, as well as helpful hints and tips, the book offers a valuable resource for young and seasoned internists and surgeons alike, as well as endoscopy specialists in other fields.
Prof. Georg Kähler is Director of the Interdisciplinary Endoscopy Unit (ZIE), Medical Center Mannheim, University of Heidelberg.
Prof. Martin Götz is Director of the Interdisciplinary Endoscopy, University Hospital, Tübingen.
Prof. Norbert Senninger is Director of the Clinic for General and Abdominal Surgery, University Hospital Münster.