WHAT IS THE CONCORDANCE FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF LATERALLY SPREADING-TYPE LESIONS (LST) AMONGST WESTERN AND JAPANESE EXPERT ENDOSCOPISTS?

(1) NIHR Nottingham Digestive Diseases Biomedical Research Unit, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham.,Gastroenterology,Nottingham,United Kingdom

(2) Research Unit, University Hospital of the Canary Islands,Tenerife,Spain

(3) National Cancer Center Hospital, Tokyo,Endoscopy division,Tokyo,Japan

(4) Montevideo Clinic Hospital,Gastroenterology "Henry Cohen",Montevideo,Uruguay

(5) Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra.,Servicio Aparato Digestivo,Pamplona,Spain

(6) Hospital Maresca,Gastroenterology,,Torre del Greco,Italy

(7) Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,Gastroenterology,Leuven,Belgium

(8) Nihonkai General Hospital,Therapeutic Endoscopy,Sakata,Japan

(9) National Cancer Center Hospital East,Endoscopy Division,Kashiwa,Japan

(10) Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe University,Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Internal Medicine,Kobe,Japan

(11) National Hospital Organization Tokyo Medical Center,Gastroenterology,Tokyo,Japan

(12) Queens Medical Centre campus Nottingham University Hospitals,Endoscopy & Gastroenterologist Wolfson Digestive Diseases Centre,Nottingham,United Kingdom



This item was part of UEG Week 2017

This item can be cited as: United European Gastroenterology Journal 2017; 5 (Supplement 1)

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