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Mouen A. Khashab is a consultant for Boston Scientific and Olympus America and has received research support from Cook Medical. Anthony N. Kalloo is a founding Member, equity Holder and consultant for Apollo Endosurgery. Payal Saxena has received consulting fees from Boston Scientific and has received research support from Cook Medical. Patrick I. Okolo III is a consultant for Boston Scientific. Drs. Vivek Kumbhari and Andrew Storm, have no conflicts of interest or financial ties to disclose.
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This video describes retrograde enteroscopy using this novel through-the-scope balloon and compares it to the other currently available deep enteroscopy platforms. (MPG 288952 kb)
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Kumbhari, V., Storm, A.C., Okolo, P.I. et al. Efficient retrograde enteroscopy using a novel through-the-scope balloon. Surg Endosc 28, 2745–2746 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00464-014-3518-6
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