Small Bowel Enteroscopy

  • Charles H. Andrus
  • Scott H. Miller

Abstract

Small bowel endoscopy (enteroscopy) is generally used when other diagnostic modalities are inadequate.

Keywords

Lymphoma Pancreatitis Perforation Angiodysplasia 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles H. Andrus
  • Scott H. Miller

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