Course Expectations:Each attendee will spend the morning learning about ERCP and SpyGlass DS procedures and clinical outcomes, There will be typically be 2-5 SpyGlass cases scheduled. Images from previous cases will be available to help physicians identify certain disease states. Dr. Raijman will provide tips and techniques on gaining a good image, understanding the optimal scope position for access and other SpyGlass DS techniques.
Thursday, November 17, 2016 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMCentral Time
St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital,6720 Bertner AvenueHouston, Texas 77030USA
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