Leaders in digestive endoscopy

Colonic Full-Thickness resection with ovesco FTRD device

Clase FTRD from IEDA on Vimeo. The FTRD device from the Ovesco company allows a full thickness resection of the intestinal wall, allowing the treatment of lesions that are either difficult to resect by conventional techniques or that benefit from a deep resection. The device basically consists of an Ovesco clip, which has a preloaded […]

Early superficial polyps and tumors of the Digestive System

What are digestive tract polyps? The development of a large part of the tumors of the digestive tract, especially colon cancer, the sequence of events that occurs involves the development of a precancerous lesion that in medicine is known as “adenoma” in its different forms, and which , popularly, are known as “Polyps” Therefore, some […]

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

In a hiatus hernia, part of the stomach lodges in the chest cavity, instead of being confined to the abdomen, as is usual. This situation can be the cause of GERD. The treatment of the most common hiatal hernia, known as axial or sliding hernia, when it measures more than 3cm, is through a laparoscopic […]

Endoscopic removal of digestive submucosal tumors (POET)

What are digestive submucosal tumors? Digestive submucosal tumors are tumors that originate below the mucosal layer, the most superficial layer of the intestine, which is intact. When a tumor grows from the mucosa (the so-called polyps) it is generally easy to remove it using simple mucosectomy techniques. However, when a tumor arises in a submucosal […]


WHAT IS GASTROPARESIA? Gastroparesis is an alteration that consists of a decrease in the movements of the stomach, so the process of crushing and subsequent exit from the stomach will be slow and ineffective and the food will pass from the stomach to the intestine will occur more slowly than normal.   WHAT DISCOMFORT DOES […]

Esophageal Achalasia

what is it? It is a disease that is caused by the inability of the esophagus to contract and push food into the stomach (absence of peristaltic contractions) and by the lack of relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter (muscular thickening located at the junction of the esophagus and stomach that It functions as a […]


Course Director Pedro J. Rosón Co-directors Francisco Fernandez Cano Eduardo Albéniz Arbizu Faculties Francisco Gallego Rojo Alberto Herreros de Tejada Francisco Gallego Rojo Francisco Baldaque Silva Joaquín Rodríguez Sánchez Maite Herraiz Bayod Ignasi Puig Maria Pellisé Urquiza Hugo Uchima morteza safad Katsumi Yamamoto Michel Kahaleh/ Mouen Kassab Jose Carlos Marin Gabriel Theoretical sessions Eduardo Albéniz […]