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King’s Live 2019
9th Annual Endoscopy Masterclass
7 – 9 November 2019

King’s College Hospital

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Just some of the take aways from King’s Live

• An increased awareness of particular early lesions, and endoscopic imaging techniques

• Improved lesion recognition and tertiary referral

• Increased knowledge basis and practical confidence

• Confidence to implement some of the techniques in your regular practice.

Dear Colleagues,

Thank you for joining us at King’s Live 8th Annual Endoscopy Masterclass!

It gave us great pleasure to welcome delegates from across the world for the 3 day conference, where we offered tutorials from world renowned experts and over 25 live case demonstrations in advanced endoscopy.

King’s Live offers a pertinent opportunity for delegates to benefit from hands-on learning and experience real life operations from 4 endoscopy rooms.

There has been increasing interest in the endoscopic management of gastrointestinal polyps over the last decade. King’s College Hospital currently offers a tertiary referral service for endoscopic resection of gastric, duodenal and colorectal polyps offering state of the art resection techniques including endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) and transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEMS).

We take great pride in the educational programme and by the end of the conference delegates will be able to recall:

  • Magnification endoscopic diagnosis of oesophageal, gastric and colorectal lesions
  • Super magnification classification using endocytoscopy
  • Techniques of EMR and ESD
  • Techniques of colonoscopic high frequency ultrasound to detect depth of invasion
  • Indications and techniques of double balloon enteroscopy
  • Indications and techniques of POEM
  • Indications and techniques of G-POEM
  • The techniques of dye spray magnification colonoscopy in ulcerative colitis
  • Techniques of ERCP, cholangioscopy and EUS.

This year, we celebrated 25 years of magnification colonoscopy since Prof Kudo introduced this is 1993 with his pit pattern classification. We enjoyed his excellent lecture of the history of magnification endoscopy as he took us through his journey of endoscopic diagnosis.

We very much look forward to welcoming you back to King’s College next November for another inspiring, practical and educational course.

With best wishes,

Amyn Haji, Course Convener

Consultant Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgeon, King’s College Hospital