The EDGE Procedure: Treating Gallstones after Gastric Bypass Surgery

Rapid weight loss due to gastric bypass surgery can lead to gallstones. Endoscopic ultrasound directed transgastric endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), commonly known as the EDGE procedure, is a minimally invasive surgery that removes gallstones and repairs other pancreatic issues. WVU Medicine gastroenterologist John Nasr, MD, explains how it benefits patients with less pain and a quicker recovery.

About the Presenter

John Nasr, MD
Assistant Professor, Digestive Diseases

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