Futuristic Developments and Applications in Endoluminal Stenting.
Gastroenterol Res Pract
washington; swedish; swedish dhi
Endoscopic stenting is a well-established option for the treatment of malignant obstruction, temporary management of benign strictures, and sealing transmural defects, as well as drainage of pancreatic fluid collections and biliary obstruction. In recent years, in addition to expansion in indications for endoscopic stenting, considerable strides have been made in stent technology, and several types of devices with advanced designs and materials are continuously being developed. In this review, we discuss the important developments in stent designs and novel indications for endoluminal and transluminal stenting. Our discussion specifically focuses on (i) biodegradable as well as (ii) irradiating and drug-eluting stents for esophageal, gastroduodenal, biliary, and colonic indications, (iii) endoscopic stenting in inflammatory bowel disease, and (iv) lumen-apposing metal stent.
Ferreira-Silva, Joel; Medas, Renato; Girotra, Mohit; Barakat, Monique; Tabibian, James H; and Rodrigues-Pinto, Eduardo, "Futuristic Developments and Applications in Endoluminal Stenting." (2022). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 5757.