Endoscopic Ultrasound Fine Needle Biopsy (EUS-FNB) is often done during EUS procedures of non-pancreatic lesions, where the tip design of a traditional Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) needle is not optimal. Some prospective cohort studies have shown improvement in diagnostic yield with FNB needles on nonpancreatic lesion and gastric subepithelial masses.
Programs, Interviews and Presentations
A 3-part presentation on EUS-guided liver biopsy: Why and How, Patient Selection and Technique, Literature Review, Case Study and Treatment Algorithm, Drs. Amit Singh Johal, Harshit Khara and David Diehl, Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA, U.S.A.
Shantel Hebert-Magee, MD gives the viewer an overview of pathology.
Watch our evening with the experts, opinions on the frontiers of EUS as they relate to tissue acquisition in diagnostics and oncology research. Moderated by Shyam Varadarajulu, MD interviewing panelists Ann Chen, MD and Bill Brugge, MD.
Listen to Dr. Smith’s opinions on the benefits of EUS-Guided Liver Biopsy over other methods as well as his perspective on the diagnosis rate using EUS-Guided Liver Biopsy.
Hear from Dr. Chen the importance of sample handling and the role of pathology in EUS Guided Liver Biopsy.
Learn more from David Diehl, MD & Amitpal Johal, MD who the ideal patients are for EUS Guided Liver Biopsy and more on the clinical benefits of the procedure.
Video Case Studies
Dr. Al-Haddad presents an overview of clinical data comparing FNB and FNA. He also shares his FNB best practices and a case study based on his experience.
A case report using the AcquireTM EUS-FNB Device, presented by Dr. Jorge Obando.
This comprehensive case report features an overview and results from ten consecutive EUS-LB cases were performed using Acquire 19ga Flexible FNB Needles.
ENDO-458526-AA March 2017