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An international, multi-institution survey on performing EUS-FNA and fine needle biopsy

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  • Jintao Guo
  • Anand Sahai
  • Peter Vilmann
  • Paolo Arcidiacono
  • Alberto Larghi
  • Adrian Saftoiu
  • Ali A Siddiqui
  • Brenda Lucia Arturo Arias
  • Christian Jenssen
  • Douglas G Adler
  • Sundeep Lakhtakia
  • Dong-Wan Seo
  • Fumihide Itokawa
  • Marc Giovannini
  • Girish Mishra
  • Luis Carlos Sabbagh
  • Atsushi Irisawa
  • Julio Iglesias-Garcia
  • Jan Werner Poley
  • Juan J Vila
  • Jesse Lachter
  • Kensuke Kubota
  • Evangelos Kalaitzakis
  • Mitsuhiro Kida
  • Mohamed El-Nady
  • Shuntaro Mukai
  • Takeshi Ogura
  • Pietro Fusaroli
  • Praveer Rai
  • Nam Q Nguyen
  • R Ponnudurai
  • Chalapathi Rao Achanta
  • Todd H Baron
  • Ichiro Yasuda
  • Hsiu-Po Wang
  • Jinlong Hu
  • Bowen Duan
  • Manoop S Bhutani
  • Sun Siyu
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Background and objectives: Endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration (EUS-FNA) and fine needle biopsy (FNB) are effective techniques that are widely used for tissue acquisition. However, it remains unclear how to obtain high-quality specimens. Therefore, we conducted a survey of EUS-FNA and FNB techniques to determine practice patterns worldwide and to develop strong recommendations based on the experience of experts in the field.

Methods: This was a worldwide multi-institutional survey among members of the International Society of EUS Task Force (ISEUS-TF). The survey was administered by E-mail through the SurveyMonkey website. In some cases, percentage agreement with some statements was calculated; in others, the options with the greatest numbers of responses were summarized. Another questionnaire about the level of recommendation was designed to assess the respondents' answers.

Results: ISEUS-TF members developed a questionnaire containing 17 questions that was sent to 53 experts. Thirty-five experts completed the survey within the specified period. Among them, 40% and 54.3% performed 50-200 and more than 200 EUS sampling procedures annually, respectively. Some practice patterns regarding FNA/FNB were recommended.

Conclusion: This is the first worldwide survey of EUS-FNA and FNB practice patterns. The results showed wide variations in practice patterns. Randomized studies are urgently needed to establish the best approach for optimizing the FNA/FNB procedures.

Keywords: EUS-FNA; consensus; fine needle biopsy; survey.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEndoscopic Ultrasound
Vol/bind9
Udgave nummer5
Sider (fra-til)319-328
ISSN2303-9027
StatusUdgivet - 2020

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