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Professor Annette Fritscher-Ravens

Professor Annette Fritscher-Ravens
MD PHD Medicine-gastroenterology

Speciality

Gastroenterology

Clinical Interests

  • Advanced GI Endoscopy 
  • Paediatric Endoscopy

Biography

Professor Annette Fritscher-Ravens is a Professor of Gastroenterology and Consultant Gastroenterologist at New Victoria Hospital. She specialises in Advanced GI Endoscopy and Paediatric Endoscopy. In recent years she has successfully developed a research scheme in IBS and is now seeing many IBS patients

Memberships:

  • Founding member: D-NOTES
  • German Society of Gastroenterology
  • German Society of endoscopy and imaging techniques
  • Fellow of the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Key Published Papers:

  • Fritscher-Ravens A. EUS-guided NOTES interventions. Gastrointest Endosc Clin N  Am. 2008;18:297-314 
  • Fritscher-Ravens A, Fox S, Swain P, Milla P, Long G. CathCam guide-wire directed colonoscopy - First pilot study of patients with a previous incomplete colonoscopy. Endoscopy 2006, 38:209-13 
  • Fritscher-Ravens A, Broering DC, Knoefel WT,  Rogiers X,  Swain CP, Thonke F, Bobrowski C, Topalidis T, Soehendra N. EUS guided fine needle aspiration of suspected hilar cholangiocarcinoma in potentially operable patients with negative brush cytolology. Am J Gastroenterol  2004; 99:45-51. 
  • Fritscher-Ravens A, Davidson BL,  Hauber HP, Bohuslavizki KH, Lund C,  Bobrowski C, Lund C, Knoefel WT, Soehendra N, Brandt L, Pepe M, Pforte A. Comparison of  endoscopic ultrasound, positron emission tomography, and computerized tomography  for determining operability of lung cancer. Am J Resp Crit Care Med. 2003; 168:1293-7 
  • Mylonaki M, Fritscher-Ravens A, Swain CP. Wireless capsule endoscopy: A comparison with push enteroscopy in patients with gastroscopy and colonoscopy negative  gastrointestinal bleeding. Gut 2003; 52:1122-1126 

Languages: 

  • English & German

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