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Metastasis Of Renal Carcinoma To The Ascending...

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The multilobulated tumor is observed. Bleeding is appreciated. During surgery, an invasive neoplastic tumor was found which extended from a displaced cecum, (due to prior nephrectomy) towards the...

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Metastasis Of Renal Carcinoma To The Ascending...

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Metastases of Renal Carcinoma to Ascending Colon. When the biopsy was taken an encapsulated tumor was observed. The tumorĀ“s morphology was of a membrane-like capsule, which lead to the impression that...

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Metastasis Of Renal Carcinoma To The Ascending...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Solitary colonic metastasis from renal cell carcinoma 3 years after nephrectomy. Right hemicolectomy was performed. Postoperative histological examination revealed that the tumour was a metastatic...

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Metastasis Of Renal Carcinoma To The Ascending...

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Multilobulated Neoplasia of the ascending colon near the cecum which manifested as a primary colonic tumour. A 50 year-old female with rectal bleeding and weight loss of more than 20 pounds. 4 months...

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Endoscopy Of Rectal Adenocarcinoma (4 of...

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An 81 year-old male who came to our clinic who was accompanied by his daughter who is a Pediatrician. He had diarrhea for three months, we found rectal adenocarcinoma at the second rectal valve that...

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Endoscopy Of Rectal Adenocarcinoma (3 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 65 year-old female with rectal bleeding and weight loss.

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 33 year-old male with rectal carcinoma inserting from the dentate line in to the second rectal valve. Carcinoma in young patient. It has been reported that carcinoma of the colon occurring under...

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Rectal Cancer - Colonoscopy

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A 79 year-old female, who was referred to our unit to be evaluated due to rectal mass. Rectal neoplasia is observed in the first valve.

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Colonoscopy - Adenocarcinoma Of The Cecum...

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A 52 year-old female with rectal adenocarcinoma that emerges from the first valve.

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Colonoscopy - Adenocarcinoma Of The Cecum...

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This 72 year old woman, who had a previous colonoscopy, but was not completed to the cecum performed in another clinic one month before.

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Rectal Endoscopy - Adenocarcinoma (3 of...

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Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the rectum. Same case of above, the rectal tumor is observed in retroflexed view.

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Rectal Endoscopy - Adenocarcinoma (2 of...

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Retroflexed maneuver was performed to evaluate the extension of the carcinoma.

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Rectal Endoscopy - Adenocarcinoma (1 of...

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A 66 year-old female with rectal adenocarcinoma that infiltrated from the first to the third rectal valve.

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The Sequence Polyp - Carcinoma

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Cancer of the colon is the fourth cause of cancer in the republic of El Salvador and its early detection has become a goal for all gastroenterologist. Adenocarcinomas of the colon and rectum, they...

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Rectal Carcinoma At The Second Valve

Gastroenterology Atlas

The video clip displays internal hemorrhoids. It is a common situation that the medical history reveals when the patient had been under prior treatment for hemorrhoids, over a long period of time,...

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Rectal Cancer That Emerges In The Pectin...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rectal Adenocarcinoma The tumor is observed in retroflexed view.

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Rectal Cancer That Emerges In The Pectin...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rectal cancer that emerges in the pectin line.

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma - Colonoscopy (4 of...

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Immediately after the anus the neoplasia is seen. Many factors increase the risk for rectal cancer, including the following: High-fat, low-fiber diet Age greater than 50 years Personal history of colorectal...

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Colon Cancer - Endoscopy (3 of 3)

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Video Endoscopic Image of Colon Cancer

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Colon Cancer - Endoscopy (2 of 3)

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Endoscopic Image of Colon Cancer

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Colon Cancer - Endoscopy (1 of 3)

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This 76 year-old male, had 20 pounds weight loss and also had defecation disorders.

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Rectum Adenocarcinoma (2 of 4)

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The significant portions of colorectal carcinomas are adenocarcinomas. The adenoma-carcinoma sequence is well described in the medical literature. Colonic adenomas precede adenocarcinomas. Approximately...

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Adenocarcinoma - Cecum (3 of 4)

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Colon and rectal cancer incidence was negligible before 1900. The incidence of colorectal cancer has been rising dramatically following economic development and industrialization. Currently, colorectal...

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Adenocarcinoma - Cecum (1 of 4)

Gastroenterology Atlas

This 69 year-old female was referred to our endoscopic unit for evaluation of anemic syndrome, fecal occult blood test for 3 times was negative.

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Adenocarcinoma Of The Cecum (2 of 3)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Video Endoscopy of Adenocarcinoma of the Colon Cecal carcinoma has been associated with a poorer prognosis than other colon carcinomas because of the presumed longstanding obscure symptoms. Epidemiology...

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Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (1 of 36)

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Prolapsed Adenocarcinoma of the rectum and adenocarcinoma of the transverse colon. This is the case of a 48, year-old female, referred to us to evaluate a rectal prolapsed mass, one brother died due...

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Enormous Sessile Adenoma Of The Rectum (1...

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The primary clinical importance of colorectal adenomas is their well-recognized relationship to colorectal cancer. An abundance of scientific data indicate that almost all colorectal cancers arise...

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Tubulo - Villous Rectal Adenoma - Endoscopy...

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There are many fragments of the neoplasia of villous appearance. Colorectal polypoid lesions have a risk for cancer development. Because of their malignancy potential and indistinguishable features...

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Ascending Colon Cancer (6 of 6)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Cancers of the descending and sigmoid colons may present with large bowel obstruction. Perforation is rare but may occur as a result of distention proximal to the tumor (usually in the cecum) or locally...

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Ascending Colon Cancer (5 of 6)

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Symptoms depend on the location of the primary tumor. Cancers of the cecum and ascending colon usually grow larger than left-sided tumors before symptoms occur. Fatigue, shortness of breath, and angina...

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Ascending Colon Cancer (4 of 6)

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Some biopsies were send to the pathologist. Colon cancers progress slowly and may be asymptomatic for as many as 5 years; however, patients usually have occult blood loss from their tumors.

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Ascending Colon Cancer (3 of 6)

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Terminal ileum. The image and video of this sequence reveals the passage of the colonoscope through the ileocecal valve to terminal ileum.

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Ascending Colon Cancer (2 of 6)

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The tumor was found in the ascending colon limiting with the cecum.

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Ascending Colon Cancer (1 of 6)

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This is the case of a 74 year-old male, this mass was found in his colon screener colonoscopy.

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Pancreatic Cancer

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Infiltrating Pancreatic Cancer into the Duodenal Bulb

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Pancreatic Cancer

Gastroenterology Atlas

Endoscopically Mycobacterium Avium and Mycobacterium Tuberculosis infection can be suspected by the presence of tiny, punctate white nodules or exudate. Both illnesses can cause ulcers, bleeding, diarrhea,...

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Pancreatic Cancer

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The cat scan showed a tumor of the head, this nodule is in the second part of the duodenum that was proven to be by biopsies adenocarcinoma. Among cancers of the gastrointestinal tract, it is the third...

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Extensive Neoplasia (4 of 4)

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The fistula is observed below and to the posterior wall the pancreatic segment is observed into the fistula.

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Extensive Neoplasia (3 of 4)

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The neoplasia is observed ulcerated and necrotic.

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Extensive Neoplasia (2 of 4)

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The gastric antrum is observed deformed.

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Extensive Neoplasia (1 of 4)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Extensive neoplasia of the head of pancreas that invades the duodenal bulb and causes pancreato duodenal fistula. The patient had gastrojejunum anastomosis in a public hospital. See that anastomosis.

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Cholangiocarcinoma (2 of 4)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Cholangiocarcinomas (CCCs) are malignancies of the biliary duct system that may originate in the liver and extrahepatic bile ducts, which terminate at the ampulla of Vater. CCCs are encountered in...

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Cholangiocarcinoma (1 of 4)

Gastroenterology Atlas

This 77 year-old male, presented with silent jaundice, he has been under medical check up with an upper endoscopy, Computed Tomography and different Imaging Studies in another institution but the diagnosis...

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Carcinoma of the Papilla of Vater

Gastroenterology Atlas

This image and the video is observed through a forward-viewing endoscope.

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