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VideoGIE

Cover Image - VideoGIE, Volume 6, Issue 12
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. VideoGIE publishes original, single-blinded peer-reviewed video case reports and case series of endoscopic procedures used in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of digestive diseases. Videos demonstrate use of endoscopic systems, devices, and techniques; report outcomes of endoscopic interventions; and educate physicians and patients about gastrointestinal endoscopy. VideoGIE serves the educational needs of endoscopists in training as well as advanced endoscopists, endoscopy staff and industry, and patients. VideoGIE brings video commentaries from experts, legends, committees, and leadership of the society. Careful adherence to submission guidelines will avoid unnecessary delays, as incomplete submissions may be returned to the authors before initiation of the peer review process.

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17%
increase in submissions
45%
of authors were international
Over 3,300
Facebook followers
More than 121,000
YouTube views
22-day
average turnaround time for peer review

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A duodenal switch back

A 43-year-old woman is hospitalized with diarrhea, failure to thrive, and ongoing weight loss. She had a bilio-pancreatic diversion procedure done for obesity 9 years prior. Her post-surgical anatomy is reversed by EUS-guided LAMS placement with good clinical effect. Patients with bilio-pancreatic diversion are at risk for trace mineral deficiency. Deficiency of which of the following trace minerals can lead to skeletal muscle dysfunction and cardiomyopathy?
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