Endoscopic management of the large non-pedunculated colonic polyp (LNPCP)
New scientific developments now underpin the best practice approach. EMR has evolved as a highly effective, efficient, and safe tool to remove LNPCP of all sizes. With best practice, complications are infrequent, and recurrence is negligible. ESD is also a critical component of LNPCP management. It has an important role for the cure of overt or covert early cancer within LNPCP, particularly in the rectum and left colon.
In this SIES series, we will cover the important steps in lesion evaluation, resection modality selection and technique.
Much of this innovation has come from our team at Westmead. Professor. Michael Bourke and A/Professor. Nick Burgess will lead the discussion.
If your clinical practice involves colonoscopy, don’t miss this important webinar. This is brought to you on a complimentary basis, on Thursday 23 June 2022, at 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm, AEST (Sydney time) with the generous support of Olympus Australia.
Professor Michael Bourke of the University of Sydney is Director of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy at Westmead Hospital. He is previous Co-editor of Endoscopy (official journal of the European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 2011-2019), past Chairman of the Australian Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Association (2007-2009), the NSW Department of Health Bowel Cancer Screening Program (2010-2012) and Convenor of the Sydney International Endoscopy Symposium (2008-2022, https://www.sies.org.au).
Professor Bourke is a world-renowned international authority in gastrointestinal endoscopy. Through scientific research, he has invented, pioneered, developed and established key techniques in advanced therapeutic endoscopy. He has published over 300 peer-reviewed research papers, expert reviews and editorials with more than 9000 citations, in the leading Gastroenterology journals. He has received numerous Visiting Professorships, honours and awards including the GESA Distinguished Clinician Award for contributions to the specialty, research, and the society (2012), the Christopher Williams medal from British Society of Gastroenterology (2017), the GESA Distinguished Researcher Prize (2019) and the Basil Hirschowitz Award from ASGE (2022).