Dr Marius van Rijnsoever

Gastroenterologist and interventional endoscopist

Your gastroenterology problem solver:

  1. Contact me on marius@drmarius.com
  2. Consulting in North Shore and Waitakere

Waitamata Endoscopy
212 Wairau Rd Glenfield Auckland
Phone 09 925 4449
Fax 09 925 4450
EDI: sxhospwe

Waitamata Gastroenterology
Waitemata Specialist Centre
15 Shea Tce Takapuna Auckland
Phone 09 920 6746
Fax 09 486 1268
EDI: waitemas

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Gp2
GP refresher lectures
Short 5 minute lectures for
busy General practitioners
Free to watch
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Lft Overview

ABNORMAL LIVER FUNCTION TESTS

Abnormalities in LFTs are very common in general practice. This 5 minute lecture will aim to give you a structured approach to determine the pattern, severity and possible underlying etiology.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify synthetic function
  2. Determine patterns
  3. Assess severity
  4. Potential etiologies
Hepatitis S1 Liver Hepatitis Virus

Hepatitis B

343 million people are infected with hepatitis B. In this 5 minute lecture I will guide you through the natural history of hepatitis B, how to assess patients and who to refer to a specialist.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn natural history of hep B
  2. Interpret serology results
  3. Complications of hep B
  4. Identify patient that need treatment
Gluten Free

Coeliac Disease

A third of the population has the genetics that predisposes to coeliac disease, but only 1% develops this condition. In this lecture I will educate you on genetics, risk factors, interpreting tests and complications of coeliac diease.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Understand the genetics
  2. Learn to interpret serology
  3. Predict the likelihood of your patient having coeliac disease
  4. Know the complications of coeliac's.
Dysphagia

Odynophagia / Dysphagia

Swallowing difficulties can happen with both benign and malignant conditions. In this 5 minute lecture I will give you a framework to assess patients with that have difficulties swallowing,

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Odynophagia vs dysphagia vs globus sensation
  2. Structural vs neurological dysphagia
  3. Who to refer for endoscopy
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5 out of 5 stars
posted a month ago

Dr Marius has been my mums doctor for some time now as she deals with duadenom cancer. The procedures involving stenting they have used on her have proved to be life prolonging , and I feel that if she had had surgery she would not have been with us today. She is living a reasonably normal life with 4 stents allowing this to happen . We are extremely happy with the results. Thanks Marius

5 out of 5 stars
posted 4 weeks ago

Dr Marius. I am writing to express my appreciation for all that Dr Marius has been able to do so i have been able to avoid major surgery. I have adenocarcinoma,(cancer in the duodenum). I was offered an extremely invasive operation called Whipple. This involves extensive cutting and rejoining of the liver pancreas and gall bladder with all its aftermath and infection risks. I chose not to have this as i preferred to have quality of life rather than longevity. Sadly i have been up close to...

5 out of 5 stars
posted 6 months ago

I have been seeing Dr Marius for the past year and he has been extremely helpful and friendly throughout. He is very reliable and quick to pick up and treat any symptoms. He is also always on call when needed.

5 out of 5 stars
posted 2 months ago

Excellent service experience , Dr Marius was so expert, and very patient with his patients

5 out of 5 stars
posted in the last week

Marius was the first person to take my condition seriously, and do everything in his power to help me. Even when my issues went outside of his scope of work. He is empathetic and diligent, and has been an heavy weight in my corner and my ace up my sleeve. I’m so grateful for him, and would highly recommend.