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Manometry Report Format

  • Sanjeev SachdevaEmail author
  • Asha Misra
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Abstract

Gastrointestinal (GI) manometry has evolved prodigiously during the last decade. The introduction of high-resolution manometry (HRM) has been a true innovation in the field of gastrointestinal physiology. HRM has greatly simplified the job of acquisition, analysis and interpretation of motility related data. As with conventional manometry, there is a need for minimum standards for reporting in the case of HRM as well. Standardized reporting formats for GI manometry would be useful for (a) streamlining day-to-day functioning in GI physiology laboratories; (b) providing a standard template for collection, analysis, and publication of data from across the globe; and (c) providing benchmark resources to young gastroenterologists planning to set up a new manometry laboratory. This chapter provides a description of standard reporting formats for esophageal, antroduodenal, and anorectal manometry.

Keywords

High-resolution manometry (HRM) • Esophageal manometry report Antroduodenal manometry report Anorectal manometry report 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of GastroenterologyGB Pant HospitalNew DelhiIndia
  2. 2.Department of GastroenterologySanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical SciencesLucknowIndia

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