Endoscopic Therapeutic Advances in the Treatment of Early Stage Gastroesophageal and Colorectal Malignancies

Esophageal Cancer is responsible for almost half a million deaths in the world each year.  It is the sixth most frequent tumor. 

Dr. Gagneja reviews Barrett’s Esophagus and the evolution to adenocarcinoma, including the role of histology, genetics and risk factors. He discusses the contemporary management of Barrett’s esophagus and endoscopic therapies. In conclusion, he addresses the management of gastric polyposis, intestinal metaplasia and early gastric cancer.

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