ANBIG is a technique to detect gastroenterological cancers. Endoscopy in this technique helps to treat cancers without the need for a surgery.
Dr Philip Chiu, Head and professor of Gastroenterology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong discussed about the diagnosis and the classification of early gastric neoplasia.
Dr Yasushi Sano, MD, PHD, Director and chief of gastrointestinal centre and Sano Hospital, Kobe briefed about the diagnosis and the classification of early colorectal neoplasia. Which included points 3D microvascular architecture of normal colonic mucosa. He said, “Appropriate system function setting is required.”
Dr Rupa Banerjee, consultant gastroenterologist, director, IBD Clinic, Asian institute of gastroenterology, Hyderabad discussed about the diagnosis and classification of Barrett’s dysplasia and carcinoma.
She spoke about the era of endoscopy. Initial diagnosis, the extent and the severity of the lesion, surveillance and the careful detection of dysplasia. The White Light Endoscopy limitation in BE. Enhanced imaging technologies.
Dr Prasad G. Iyer, MD, of the division of gastroenterology and hepatology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota said, “NBI helps in accurately demarcating lesions.”
The informative session was attended by large number of the national and the international delegates. The delegates also got an opportunity to interact with the eminent experts.