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Push enteroscopy

  • G. Gay
  • M. Pennazio
  • J. S. Delmotte
  • F. P. Rossini

Abstract

Push enteroscopy is a technique in which a long flexible endoscope is passed orally, allowing exploration of the small bowel beyond the anatomic limit reachable by conventional eso-phagogastroduodenoscopy.

Keywords

Small Bowel Flexible Endoscope Jejunal Loop Juvenile Polyposis Obscure Gastrointestinal Bleeding 
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Suggested reading

  1. Chong J, Tagle M, Barkin JS, Reimer DK (1995) Small bowel push fiberoptic enteroscopy for patients with occult gastrointestinal bleeding or suspected small bowel pathology. Am J Gastroenterol 89:2142–2146Google Scholar
  2. Gay G, Delmotte JS (1996) Modalités techniques de l’entéroscopie sonde et de Pentéroscopie poussée par simple et double voie. Acta Endosc 26:239–247CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Pennazio M, Arrigoni A, Risio M, Spandre M, Rossini FP (1995) Clinical evaluation of push type enteroscopy. Endoscopy 27:164–170PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Italia, Milano 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Gay
  • M. Pennazio
  • J. S. Delmotte
  • F. P. Rossini

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