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Publicado el 11/04/2022 a las 18:45

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We invite you to join this webinar to learn from experts' mistakes to avoid them yourself

This webinar is a follow-up to a UEG Education article published in April 2021, Mistakes in the management of gastric polyps and how to avoid them.

Article authors David Graham and William Waddingham are the expert speakers of the webinar and will tell you about mistakes frequently made when managing patients with gastric polyps after their often-incidental diagnosis. They will look into how to identify, assess, and appropriately manage lesions, when to biopsy polyps and how many to sample based on recommendations from guidelines.

Particpation in this webinar is free for all myUEG Associates or myUEG Young GI Associates. (Aren't a myUEG Associate yet? Don't worry – becoming one is free and only takes a moment.)

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More mistakes to learn from...

Our newest UEG Education Mistakes in… article is out now:

Mistakes in the management of chronic gastritis and how to avoid them

Authors Pierluigi Fracasso and Mário Dinis-Ribeiro consider chronic gastritis, a common condition that occurs when an inflammatory infiltrate is present in the gastric mucosa. They stress the need to be aware of when it is a harmless condition that can be left alone and when further action is required, as well as the need to be clear of how the term ‘chronic gastritis’ is being used. The article considers helicobacter pylori infection, autoimmune disease, the risk of gastric cancer, endoscopic surveillance intervals, biopsy samples, and more.

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Coming soon:

Webinar: Faecal incontinence: From guidelines to clinical practice

Thursday, May 12, 2022, 18:30 – 19:30 CEST 

Última actualización: 29/11/2023