Multicentre, retrospective, cohort study of 55 patients with Buried Bumper Syndrome treated endoscopically with a novel dedicated device

(1) Royal Free Unit for Endoscopy, The Royal Free Hospital and University College London (UCL) Institute for Liver and Digestive Health,London,United Kingdom

(2) Cambridge University Hospital,Cambridge,United Kingdom

(3) Thomayer´s Hospital,Prague,Czech Republic

(4) University Hospital Erlangen,Erlangen,Germany

(5) Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust Dept. of Gastroenterology,Ipswich,United Kingdom

(6) Worcestershire Acute Hospital,Worcester,United Kingdom

(7) Ghent University Hospital,Ghent,Belgium

(8) Glasgow Royal Infirmary,Glasgow,United Kingdom

(9) Gloucestershire Royal Hospital,Gloucester,United Kingdom

(10) University Hospitals of Derby and Burton,Derby,United Kingdom

(11) Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals,Lyndon, West Bromwich, West Midlands,United Kingdom

(12) University Hospitals Birmingham,Birmingham,United Kingdom

(13) Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Hospital,Maidstone and Pembury,United Kingdom

(14) Cossham Hospital and Southmead Hospital,Bristol,United Kingdom

(15) Colchester General Hospital,Colchester,United Kingdom



This item was part of the Endoscopy and Imaging II (Posters) session at UEG Week 2019

This item can be cited as: United European Gastroenterology Journal Volume 7 Issue 8 (Supplement), October 2019