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Examples of corruption used on the magnifying endoscopy with narrow-band imaging image.
A and B, In all 3 patients, long, flat, thin foreign objects (white arrows) were identified during ERCP and suspected to be liver flukes.
Right side of the colon in retroflexion. In combination with forward viewing photographs of the right side of the colon, this photograph provides good documentation of double examination of the right side of the colon.

Impact Factor

The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, along with its publisher Elsevier, is very proud to recognize GIE: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy for this week’s Clarivate Analytics’ announcement that GIE’s journal impact factor growth rating is 10.396. This represents a 10% growth increase from 2021 and is a testament to Dr Michael Wallace, MD, GIE Editor-in-Chief, and his Associate Editor team. GIE, the official scientific publication of ASGE, is a premier endoscopy scientific publication in which researchers present their strong work for publication consideration. Each year, there are major influences on the journal impact factor. The continued expansion of early access content is one such influence and was incorporated into the count of citable items along with the continued influence of COVID-19 on scholarly publishing. 

GIE Editor-in-Chief Michael Wallace commented: “We are immensely proud to receive official recognition as the top-ranked endoscopy journal by impact factor. Beyond this specific measure, our core mission to be the most impactful journal in endoscopy. To do this, we publish the most relevant basic and advanced endoscopic research, educational content, editorials, and video content for GI endoscopists around the world.”

ASGE remains proud of the work published in GIE, representing its leadership in the GI endoscopy global community.   

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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on endoscopic procedures used in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of digestive diseases. Articles report on outcomes research, prospective studies, and controlled trials of new endoscopic instruments and treatment methods. Online features include full text of all articles, video and audio clips, and MEDLINE links to related articles. Category 1 CME credit can be earned by reading the text material and taking the CME examination online.
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VideoGIE, an official video journal of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, is an Open Access, online-only journal to serve patients with digestive diseases.

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5-Year Impact Factor
3.6
Weeks to Final Decision
10th
Rank in Thomson ISI's Gastroenterology & Hepatology

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Cholangioscopic diagnosis of biliary amyloidosis presenting as bile duct obstruction with cholangitis

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Author Interview Videos

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Dr Matteo Tacelli discusses his article, "Reliability of preoperative pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor grading on EUS specimens: a systematic review with meta-analysis of aggregate and individual data" from the December issue.

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Drs D. Chamil Codipilly and Shahriar Faghani discuss their article, "Development of a deep learning model for the histologic diagnosis of dysplasia in Barrett’s esophagus" from the December issue.

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Dr Pedro Cortés discusses his article, "A simple risk score to predict the likelihood of a positive EUS in idiopathic acute pancreatitis" from the December issue.

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Drs Ahmir Ahmad and Brian P. Saunders discuss their article, "Implementation of optical diagnosis with a ‘resect and discard strategy’ in clinical practice: DISCARD3 study" from the December issue.

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Podcasts

Monthly Podcast

Dr Doug Adler, GIE Editor-in-Chief, chats with Drs Jay Bapaye and Saurabh Chandan about their article "Safety and efficacy of over-the-scope clips versus standard therapy for high-risk nonvariceal upper GI bleeding: systematic review and meta-analysis" from the November issue.

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Hernando Gonzalez, MD, FASGE, and Cadman L. Leggett, MD, chat with Carlos Andres Buitrago, MD, about the article entitled “ASGE Guideline on the Management of Cholangitis” published on August 2021 in GIE: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.

Hernando Gonzalez, MD, FASGE, y Cadman L. Leggett, MD, conversan con Carlos Andres Buitrago, MD, sobre el estudio titulado “Guía del ASGE en el manejo de la Colangitis” publicado en agosto de 2021 en la revista GIE Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.

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Quarterly Podcast

Select articles from October (Volume 96, Issue 4), November (Volume 96, Issue 5), and December (Volume 96, Issue 6), 2022

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The effect of Covid-19 on GIE journal

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