St Mark’s Frontiers in Intestinal and Colorectal Disease: Difficult Decisions in GI Disease
- 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The small bowel has been always a difficult part of the GI tract to access to study its motor function. This explains the huge interest in developing non-invasive techniques to replaced manometry that is considered the gold standard. However in this effort to develop new techniques it seems that learnings from manometry in the past are being overlooked.
This workshop organised by the University of Nottingham will precede a consensus where experts on past and emerging techniques will revise in depth the literature from the past and the recent experience with small bowel motility studies. This will establish what is known, what is uncertain and will guide the way for further development and validation of new techniques.
The workshop will be a unique stepping stone in a field where major progress seems imminent.
There will 10 to 15 minutes discussion time after each session.
The event will take place on Microsoft Teams.
This event has been endorsed by the BSG Education Committee