Monday’s ASGE Clinical Symposium ‘Everyday Challenges in ERCP’ was designed for every endoscopist who performs endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), according to session co-moderator Betsy Rodriguez, MD, FASGE.
A variety of situations can turn a routine endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) into a more difficult procedure. Four experts will offer strategies to overcome challenging cases during an ASGE Clinical Symposium Monday morning titled ‘ERCP in Difficult Situations.’
DDW® attendees will have an opportunity to sharpen their ERCP skills during an ASGE Hands-on Workshop Tuesday.
The results of six studies investigating various aspects of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) will be presented Sunday.
This is an exciting time to be a GI endoscopist and I’m looking forward to the workshops this year because they will emphasize both new technologies and new techniques with equal emphasis and detail.
The Presidential Plenary session this year will highlight innovative applications of endoscopy to address challenging issues, and will address quality in GI endoscopy.
Watch as Peter B. Cotton, MD discusses his DDW 2012 presentation “The Evolution of the Quality Agenda in ERCP.” Dr. Cotton, who named the technique, discusses his 40 years of experience with it.