Per Oral Endoscopic Myotomy for Type II vs Type III Achalasia with EndoFLIP 2.0

Per Oral Endoscopic Myotomy for Type II vs Type III Achalasia with EndoFLIP 2.0

Ping Hong Zhou, MD uses an Endo FLIP 2.0 to diagnose type II or type III Achalasia. In this case the patient is a 61-year-old woman with history of anxiety and depression presenting for the management of her Achalasia. The symptoms have been present for two years with an ASA classification of two. There has been no prior treatments for this condition, and the Eckart score is nine. This video is part of the 11th Annual Long Island Live Endoscopy Course, Frontiers of Endoscopic Surgery.


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March 22, 2019

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Long Island Live Endoscopic

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Ping-Hong Zhou, MD

Ping-Hong Zhou, MD

Doctor of Medicine, Deputy Director of Endoscopy Center, Associate Professor of General Surgery

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