EUS IconAn endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) uses an endoscope (a long, flexible tube with a camera on the end) to view the throat, stomach and small intestine. An ultrasound attachment is used in conjunction with the scope and produces sound waves to create visual images of the pancreas and bile ducts. An EUS can be used to view the upper or lower GI tract. 


Educate your patients


Educate Yourself



AGA's guideline recommends that most patients with asymptomatic pancreatic cysts should be conservatively monitored with a longer surveillance period and more consideration of risks and benefits to patients before moving to surgery. The following editorials provide additional support for this recommendation.

Management of Pancreatic Cysts in an Evidence-Based World

Managing Pancreatic Cysts: Less is More?

Management of Pancreatic Cysts: The Evidence is Not Here Yet