Chapter 2: The importance of obtaining a cell block in EUS-FNA, Dr. Shantel Hebert-Magee

Robert H. Hawes

Robert H. Hawes M.D.

Medical Director, Center for Interventional EndoscopyFlorida Hospital, Orlando, Florida Medical School: Indiana University Residency: Indiana University Fellowship: Indiana University  Dr. Hawes performs approximately 350 ERCP procedures, 500 EUS procedures and 50 cholangioscopy procedures per year.  He is a nationally recognized gastroenterologist, researcher, professor, author, and pioneer of procedures such as ERCP, endoscopic laser therapy and therapeutic ... View full profile

Shantel Hebert-Magee

Shantel Hebert-Magee M.D.

Center for Interventional Endoscopy Florida Hospital, Orlando, Florida Medical School: Georgetown University School of Medicine Residency: Pathology, Anatomic and Clinical - Georgetown University Hospital Fellowship: Cytopathology - University of Alabama Hospital                 Pathology, Clinical - National Institute of Health Dr. Hebert-Magee’s primary areas of clinical interest are pancreatic and breast neoplasia with ... View full profile

Shyam Varadarajulu

Shyam Varadarajulu M.D.

Medical Director Center for Interventional Endoscopy Florida Hospital, Orlando, Florida Medical School: Madras Medical College Residency: Internal Medicine St Mary’s Hospital Fellowship: Gastroenterology - University of Connecticut Health Center                   Advanced Endoscopy - Medical University of South Carolina-MUSC   Dr. Varadarajulu performs approximately 2,500 EUS procedures per year.  He specializes ... View full profile

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Dr. Rob Hawes moderated this live webcast featuring Dr. Shyam Varadarajulu  and Dr. Shantel Hebert-Magee discussing best practices for tissue acquisition using EUS-FNA and the importance of obtaining a cell block for diagnostic accuracy of EUS-FNA.

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