• Section I GENERAL TOPICS
1. Four Decades: The History and Future of ERCP
2. The ERCP Room
3. Radiologic Issues and Radiation Safety During ERCP
4. Endoscopes, Guidewires and Accessories
5. Duodenoscope Reprocessing
6. Sedation in ERCP
7. Indications for and Contraindications to ERCP including when and when not to perform ERCP
8. Adverse Events of ERCP: Prediction, Prevention and Management
9. ERCP Training
10. Preparation for ERCP
11. Principles of Electrosurgery
12. Quality Issues and Measures in ERCP
13. Medicolegal Issues in ERCP
• Section II TECHNIQUES
14. Cannulation of the Major Papilla
15. Access (Precut) Papillotomy
16. Sphincter of Oddi Manometry
17. Biliary Sphincterotomy
18. Balloon Dilation of the Native and Postsphincterotomy Papilla
19. Stone Extraction
20. Pancreatic Sphincterotomy
21. Minor Papilla Cannulation and Papillotomy
22. Plastic Pancreaticobiliary Stents and Nasopancreaticobiliary Tubes: Concepts and Insertion Techniques
23. Biliary Metal Stent Insertion: Indications and insertion techniques
24. Pancreaticobiliary Stent Removal: Migrated and Non-Migrated
25. Papillectomy and Ampullectomy
28. Endomicroscopy Ninepoint of the Pancreaticobiliary Tree
29. ERCP in Children
30. ERCP in Pregnancy
31. ERCP in Surgically Altered Anatomy
32. Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Biliary Drainage
33. Endoscopic Ultrasound and EUS Guided Endotherapy
• Section III APPROACH TO CLINICAL PROBLEMS
34. Pancreaticobiliary Disorders. What is the role of CT, MRCP, and EUS relative to ERCP?
35. Pancreas Divisum, Biliary Cysts, and Other Congenital Anomalies
36. Approach to the Dilated Bile Duct and Pneumobilia
37. The Dilated Pancreatic Duct
38. Ampullary Neoplasia
39. Malignant Biliary Obstruction: Distal
40. Malignant Biliary Obstruction of the Hilum and Proximal Bile Ducts including Radiofrequency Ablation for Cancer and percutaneous vs. endoscopic drainage
41. Indeterminate Biliary Stricture
42. Combined Biliary and Duodenal Obstruction w/EUS including percutaneous versus endoscopic drainage
43. Benign Biliary Strictures
44. Biliary Surgery Adverse Events including Liver Transplantation
45. ERCP for Acute and Chronic Adverse Events of Pancreatic Surgery and Pancreatic Trauma
47. Pancreatobiliary Pain and Suspected Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction
48. Sclerosing Cholangitis
49. Tropical Parasitic Infections
50. Recurrent Pyogenic Cholangitis
51. Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas
52. Unexplained Acute Pancreatitis and ARP
53. Biliary Intervention in Acute Gallstone Pancreatitis
54. Pancreatic Interventions in Acute Pancreatitis: Ascites, Fistulae, Leaks, and Other Disruptions
55. Chronic Pancreatitis: Stones and Strictures
56. Endoscopic Drainage of Pancreatic Pseudocysts, Abscesses and Walled-Off (Organized) Necrosis with Update on Pancreatic Necrosis
Over the past 40 years, ERCP has become an effective therapeutic modality with diagnostic purposes that are continually improved.. The 3rd Edition of this practical reference helps you make the most of today’s endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography in your practice. You’ll find authoritative, highly illustrated guidance on every aspect of ERCP, including coverage of the latest techniques both in print and on video.
• Clearly depicts each step of ERCP procedures in dozens of step-by-step videos, including Needle Knife Sphincterotomy, Biliary Sphincterotomy, Cannulation, and Fistulotomy.
• Provides clear guidelines on when and when not to perform ERCP.
• Features superb, full-color images, and a wealth of illustrative diagrams.
New To This Edition:
• Includes new chapters that cover duodenoscope reprocessing; endomicrocopy; EUS-guided endotherapy related to pancreatobiliary disorders; and CT and MRCP related to pancreatobiliary disorders.
• Contains updated information on radiofrequency ablation for cancer, percutaneous vs. endoscopic drainage, scope cleaning practices, and pancreatic necrosis.
• Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
• Todd H. Baron, MD, FASGE, Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Director of Pancreaticobiliary Endoscopy, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.
• Richard A. Kozarek, MD, FASGE, Executive Director, Digestive Disease Institute, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.
• David Leslie Carr-Locke, MD, FRCP, FACG, FASGE, Chief, Division of Digestive Diseases, Beth Israel Medical Center; Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, New York