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ACG Case Reports Journal Podcasts

Each month the editors of the ACG Case Reports Journal interview authors of key gastroenterology and hepatology case reports and discuss essential teaching points.

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Esophageal Leukoplakia

November 2019

Dr. Diana Snyder

Esophageal leukoplakia is a very rare white patch on the surface of the esophageal mucosa that cannot be rubbed off. Dr. Diana Snyder discusses the diagnosis and treatment of esophageal leukoplakia in a middle-aged man with a history of smoking.

Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis Masquerading as Small Bowel Obstruction

November 2019

Dr. Ahmad Al-Taee

Mesenteric venous thrombosis is an uncommon cause of intestinal ischemia. Dr. Ahmad Al-Taee discusses a case of mesenteric venous thrombosis in the setting of small bowel obstruction, infarction, and perforation.

Keys to Success in the Match: The Rank Order List

October 2019

Dr. Matthew Chin

Dr. Matthew Chin, former Editor-in-Chief of the ACG Case Reports Journal, offers advice for creating a rank list for GI and hepatology fellowship programs. (18:01)

The Interview Process for Gastroenterology Fellowship

October 2019

Dr. Tossapol Kerdsirichairat

Dr. Tossapol Kerdsirichairat, former Associate Editor of the ACG Case Reports Journal, discusses his experience and tips for navigating the interview process for GI and hepatology fellowship. (18:18)

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

September 2019

Dr. Rufaat Mando

Percutaneous transhepatic cholangioscopic lithotomy is 90% successful for removing common bile duct stones. Dr. Rufaat Mando discusses the use of this method to remove common bile duct stones in a patient with a history of Roux-en-Y surgery.

Cryptogenic Multifocal Ulcerative Sclerosing Enteritis: A Case of Intestinal Obstruction in the Setting of HIV

August 2019

Dr. Kelly Hathorn

Cryptogenic multifocal ulcerative sclerosing enteritis (CMUSE) is a rare clinical entity characterized by chronic, relapsing episodes of ileus and obstruction resulting from superficial ulcerating lesions of the small intestine. Dr. Kelly Hathorn discusses a case of CMUSE arising in an HIV patient and highlights the unique pathology and potential pathogensis of CMUSE.