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Endoscopic Ultrasound Examination and Saline Lift Procedure for Endoscopic Removal of Large Sessile Polyp
Endoscopic Ultrasound Examination and Saline Lift Procedure for Endoscopic Removal of Large Sessile Polyp

This series of illustrations depict the use of ultrasound to examine and determine the depth of a sessile polyp, whether it is a mucosal or intramuscular polyp. In this case a mucosal polyp is depicted. Removal of the polyp is safely achieved by injecting saline solution into the space between the polyp and the muscle creating a big pocket of this saline solution then, the polyp is encircled with a snare and excised from the base without affecting the muscle layers of the stomach.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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