INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR      DISEASES OF THE ESOPHAGUS

ACHALASIA 

ROUND TABLE EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSION

The following questions were discussed during the panel discussion:

  • In this era in which we have several options to treat patients with achalasia, what do you recommend to patients as the first line treatment for achalasia? 
  • What is standard of care?
  • What do you take into consideration?
Watch the video to hear the panel's answers to these questions and participate in the below Discussion Forum and share your opinion.

MODERATED BY:

John Pandolfino and
Giovanni Zaninotto

PANEL DISCUSSION AT ISDE2016 
in SINGAPORE

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

RELATED ABSTRACTS:

PANELISTS

  • Luigi Bonavina                  
  • Albert Bredenoord 
  • Peter Kahrilas 
  • Magnus Nilsson                  
  • David Watson                 
  • Payal Saxena

                                                                                                               

ISDE2016: Featured Abstracts 6: Achalasia (Benign)

FA06.01_ Type of achalasia is a predictor of re-intervention after laparoscopic Heller myotomy

FA06.02_ Increased OGJ distensibility after laparoscopic Heller's myotomy is associated with the severity of post-operative heartburn

FA06.03_ Correlation between findings of timed barium esophagogram and post-operative symptoms in patients with achalasia

FA06.04_ Incidence of achalasia in South Australia_ a cohort study based on esophageal manometry

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Discussion Forum

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