Inside Tract Summer 2012
In the ample new suite in Hopkins’ Sheikh Zayed Tower, Zhiping Li confirms mini-peritoneoscopy’s advantages. Already useful for biopsies throughout the peritoneum, the nimble technique should prove especially useful for the ultra-minimally invasive NOTES approach to surgery that Li’s colleagues are nurturing.
photo by Keith Weller
Articles in this Issue
The mini-peritoneoscope proves its value for liver disease
The Director's Desk
Director Tony Kalloo comments on how we view our mission.
Hopkins researchers are applying findings from an extraordinary animal model of Crohn's disease to military patients on an equally extraordinary database.
Integrative medicine has come into its own at Hopkins in its approaches to GI disease
Consultation: Ellen Stein
Gastroenterologist Ellen Stein discusses approaches to anal sphincter dyssynergy and rumination