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What should be known prior to performing EUS exams? (Part II)

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  • Christoph F Dietrich
  • Paolo Giorgio Arcidiacono
  • Barbara Braden
  • Sean Burmeister
  • Silvia Carrara
  • Xinwu Cui
  • Milena Di Leo
  • Yi Dong
  • Pietro Fusaroli
  • Uwe Gottschalk
  • Andrew J Healey
  • Michael Hocke
  • Stephan Hollerbach
  • Julio Iglesias Garcia
  • André Ignee
  • Christian Jürgensen
  • Michel Kahaleh
  • Masayuki Kitano
  • Rastislav Kunda
  • Alberto Larghi
  • Kathleen Möller
  • Bertrand Napoleon
  • Kofi W Oppong
  • Maria Chiara Petrone
  • Adrian Saftoiu
  • Rajesh Puri
  • Anand V Sahai
  • Erwin Santo
  • Malay Sharma
  • Assaad Soweid
  • Siyu Sun
  • Anthony Yuen Bun Teoh
  • Hans Seifert
  • Christian Jenssen

In "What should be known prior to performing EUS exams, Part I," the authors discussed the need for clinical information and whether other imaging modalities are required before embarking EUS examinations. Herewith, we present part II which addresses some (technical) controversies how EUS is performed and discuss from different points of view providing the relevant evidence as available. (1) Does equipment design influence the complication rate? (2) Should we have a standardized screen orientation? (3) Radial EUS versus longitudinal (linear) EUS. (4) Should we search for incidental findings using EUS?

TidsskriftEndoscopic Ultrasound
Udgave nummer6
Sider (fra-til)360-369
StatusUdgivet - 2019

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