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      Disección Submucosal Endoscópica con Hibrid-Knife: Experiencia Preliminar en Latinoamérica Translated title: Endoscopic submucosal dissection Hybrid Knife: Preliminary experience in Latin American

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          Introducción: La disección submucosal endoscópica con Hybrid Knife (DSEH) es una técnica prometedora para la resección de tumores en etapa temprana. Hay poca data en Latinoamérica. Pacientes y métodos: Estudio prospectivo-descriptivo (marzo 2011 - marzo 2012). Se incluyeron 25 pacientes (16 hombres, 9 mujeres), edades comprendidas entre 52-72 años (X=62,52 años). Se realizaron 25 procedimientos DSEH. Las indicaciones fueron: tumores subepiteliales (7), neoplasia de colon y recto (16), neoplasia precoz gástrica (2). Resultados: DSEH fue técnicamente posible en todas (25) las lesiones (100%). La resección en bloque y márgenes libres de lesión se obtuvieron en todos los casos. El tamaño de la mucosa disecada fue entre 2-7 cms (X=3,8 cms). El tiempo endoscópico fue entre 45-120 minutos(X=84,4 minutos). Perforación ocurrió en 2 casos, siendo resuelta con tratamiento endoscópico (clips). Mortalidad no fue reportada. Conclusiones: Los resultados preliminares sugieren que la DSE con Hibrid Knife (DSEH), parece ser una buena opción para el tratamiento endoscópico de tumores en etapa temprana gástricos, recto colónico y tumores carcinoides. Estudios controlados, aleatorizados de la DSE con Hibrid Knife, en comparación con otros dispositivos son necesarios.

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          Introduction: Endoscopic submucosal dissection Hybrid Knife (ESD-HK) is a promising technique for resection of early stage tumors. Few data in Latin America. Patients and methods: Prospective, descriptive study (March 2011-2012). 25 patients (16 men, 9 women), mean age 62.52 years (52-72 years).25 procedures were performed. Indications: sub-epithelial tumors (7), colorectal neoplasia (16) early gastric neoplasia (2) Results: ESD-HK was technically possible in all (25) lesions (100%). En bloc resection and free margins were obtained in all cases. The diameter of dissected mucosa was between 2-7 cms(X=3.8 cms) The time was between 45-120 minutes(X= 84.4 minutes). Perforation occurred in 2 cases being resolved with endoscopic treatment (clips). Mortality was not reported. Conclusions: Our preliminary results suggest that the DSE with Hibrid Knife (DSEH) seems to be a good option for endoscopic treatment of early stage gastric tumors, colon and rectal carcinoid tumors. Studies controlled, randomized DSE with Hibrid Knife, compared with other devices are needed.

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          Endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) is a new endoluminal therapeutic technique involving the use of cutting devices to permit a larger resection of the tissue over the muscularis propria. The major advantages of the technique in comparison with polypectomy and endoscopic mucosal resection are controllable resection size and shape and en bloc resection of a large lesion or a lesion with ulcerative findings. This technique is applied for the endoscopic treatment of epithelial neoplasms in the gastrointestinal tract from the pharynx to the rectum. Furthermore, some carcinoids and submucosal tumors in the gastrointestinal tract are treated by ESD. To determine the indication, two aspects should be considered. The first is a little likelihood of lymph node metastasis and the second is the technical resectability. In this review, practical guidelines of ESD for the gastrointestinal neoplasms are discussed based on the evidence found in the literature.
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                Sociedad Venezolana de Gastroentereología
                2477-975X
                September 2016
                : 70
                : 3
                : 80-85
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                [1 ] Policilínica Metropolitana Venezuela
                [2 ] Clínica Santiago de León Venezuela
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                S0016-35032016000300004
                7e8a3cfa-b405-48a8-a4d3-a6399f685207

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                disección submucosal endoscópica (DSE),Hybrid Knife (HK),neoplasia precoz,endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD),early neoplasia

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