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Four Decades: Endoscopes, Guidewires and Accessories 5. Duodenoscope Reprocessing 6.

Sedation in ERCP 7. Prediction, Prevention and Management 9. ERCP Training Preparation for ERCP Principles of Electrosurgery Cannulation of the Major Papilla Access Precut Papillotomy Sphincter of Oddi Manometry Biliary Sphincterotomy Balloon Dilation of the Native and Postsphincterotomy Papilla Stone Extraction Pancreatic Sphincterotomy Minor Papilla Cannulation and Papillotomy Concepts and Insertion Techniques Biliary Metal Stent Insertion: Indications and insertion techniques Pancreaticobiliary Stent Removal: Migrated and Non-Migrated Papillectomy and Ampullectomy Pancreatoscopy Cholangioscopy Endomicroscopy Ninepoint of the Pancreaticobiliary Tree ERCP in Children ERCP in Pregnancy Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Biliary Drainage Pancreaticobiliary Disorders.

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Approach to the Dilated Bile Duct and Pneumobilia The Dilated Pancreatic Duct Ampullary Neoplasia Malignant Biliary Obstruction: Frustration ensued, and the machine and its whereabouts remain unknown to me.

After moving on to my next academic destination in , I was again exposed to EUS.

Yet another, brief attempt at learning EUS came and went. There appeared no need, as staging and tissue acquisition predominated, and it seemed needless for a therapeutic endoscopist to pursue it further. However, ultimately it became apparent to me that EUS training was necessary for providing more broad therapeutic interventions.

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The tools available for therapeutic echo endoscopy were not yet available to provide rapid and seamless interventions. With time, however, the converse was seen. There were no new tools for ERCP-guided puncture and drainage in fact, even less as some available duodenoscope puncture needles were taken off the market.

As an interventional endoscopist one cannot ignore what is being done and envision what can be done.

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That coupled with the admitted fear of becoming obsolete led me to train in EUS. The training process is now exactly at 1-year and across three continents. It has not been an easy road.

Training in EUS is not an age problem. Training programs are not designed to teach established gastroenterologists.

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Many programs are already equipped with established endosonographers and do not envision a need to train additional endosonographers. Institutions realize that money is lost when allowing a full-time gastroenterologist to take time away from their practice for additional training.

I chose to train mostly outside of the United States as there were willing programs and individuals with high procedural volumes. There is no standardized approach to training late in career and one need to consider programs based more on diagnostic or therapeutic aspects, depending on ultimate goals and philosophic learning approaches.

The mind appears more naturally wired for one or the other. Something obviously clicked and made intuitive sense in that direction. Endoscopic ultrasound training at this stage in life makes sense to me.

Assuming my health remains intact I can foresee another 15 years of performing endoscopy. I believe that EUS training will provide me with career longevity and satisfaction as well as providing unique patient care.

I am confident that prior extensive experience in interventional procedures will allow me to expand the field of therapeutic echoendoscopy. This, of course, remains to be seen.

Training at this career stage requires commitment to first understanding the foundation of EUS. Obviously, this takes time. Theoretically the learning curve is slightly less steep given past endoscopic experience.

However, as mentioned the brain wiring in one direction means rewiring to another. One must also deal with the fact that all prior success must be put aside and accept the pain and frustration of starting at the bottom all over again. If nothing else, it allows me to be sympathetic to those young endoscopists in fellowship training.

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Overall, I took this direction as I have seen the light, or shall I say the echoes — both dark and bright. Can I recommend this approach to endoscopists in a similar situation?

The answer is a qualified yes, if one has dedication to training and education and available support system.Tumors of the Spine E-Book.

Continue shopping. Morton J. Assuming my health remains intact I can foresee another 15 years of performing endoscopy.

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Features superb, full-color images , and a wealth of illustrative diagrams. We appreciate your feedback. I believe that EUS training will provide me with career longevity and satisfaction as well as providing unique patient care.

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