Special Issue "Personalized Medicine and Multidisciplinary Approach in Biliopancreatic Endoscopy"
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2. Centre for Endoscopic Research Therapeutics and Training (CERTT), Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 00168 Roma, Italy
Interests: ERCP; EUS; percutaneous approach
Biliopancreatic endoscopy has undergone important changes and expansion over the last two decades. Not only are technologies around ERCP expanding, but also the different subtypes of procedures and indications are becoming more widespread, and subsequently, the number of professionals performing these techniques and coming from different specialties is increasing. The aim of this issue is to provide a comprehensive overview of all available multidisciplinary techniques that are involved in the treatment of biliopancreatic diseases. The advent of excellent imaging, better visualization, and excellent software makes the approach to biliopancreatic diseases by definition multidisciplinary. Team collaboration is essential for this highly dynamic environment. High definition cholangioscopy, 3D imaging of the biliopancreatic system, radiofrequency ablation, and endomicroscopy are some of the cutting-edge procedures that will be approached. Original research articles, cutting-edge procedures, literature reviews, and metanalyses are welcome.Dr. Ivo Boškoski, MD, PhD
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- Cholangioscopy RFA
- 3D imaging
- Percutaneous drainage
- Biliopancreatic surgery
- Robotic endoscopy