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Rectal Stalked Polyp (5 of 7)

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Dormia basket was used to retrieve the cut polyp.

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Sessile Villous Adenoma (1 of 3)

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An 80 year-old female have a sessile mass between the first and second rectal valves. Morphologically, villous adenomas of the colon are generally sessile and papilliferous. Lesions that tend to...

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Sessile Villous Adenoma (2 of 3)

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The immediate risks of adenomas include hemorrhage, obstruction with intussusception, and, possibly, torsion. However, the main concern is malignant progression of the villous adenoma. Studies have...

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Cap Polyposis (4 of 7)

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Chromoendoscopy with indigo carmin. Cap polyposis is characterized by rectosigmoid polyps that have tortuous elongated crypts and are covered by a cap of fibropurulent exudate. The pathogenesis is...

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Rectal Dieulafoy’s Lesion (1 of 4)

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A 62 year-old female who presented with massive hematochezia and who was discovered to have a Dieulafoy’s lesion within the rectum. was successfully treated with Argon Plasma Coagulator APC. Dieulafoy’s...

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Rectum- Adenocarcinoma

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Circumferential neoplasia with an ulcerated center and everted edge.

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Colitis Ulcerosa - Pseudopolyps (10 of 22)

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The Hepatic Flexure Findings in UC begin at the anal verge and extend proximally. The involvement is contiguous and circumferential, with inflammation beginning from the point of origin and continuing...

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (9 of 11)

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In this video multiple ulcers of the ascending colon and cecum are observed with the retroflexed maneuver that was performed from the cecum all the way to the rectum using a adult colonoscope. This...

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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous of the rectum (24 of 35)
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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Photograph of some of the fragments Macroscopic details of the removed tumor,

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

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High power setting Argon Plasma Coagulation. We evaluated the efficacy of a thermal energy source, the argon plasma coagulator, to diminish the size of all rectal adenomas so they will be snare or...

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Tubulo - Villous Adenoma - Endoscopy (20...

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Placement of a snare wire over the head of the polyp. Cautery is applied to the wire loop which has been tightened around the stalk of the polyp.

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Status Post Rubber Band for Hemorrhoids

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RBL of hemorrhoids is a widely used method for the treatment of symptomatic hemorrhoids. Removal of the hemorrhoidal tissue, development of fibroconnective tissue at the point of the ligation, fixation...

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Cap Polyposis (1 of 7)

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This 22 year-old lady, has been presented with rectal bleeding and mucus discharge, also has been suffering of Bulimia Nervosa. Digital rectal examinations revealed polypoidal masses in the rectum.

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (3 of 11)

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Large ulcer with an elevated margin Intestinal tuberculosis (TB) is rarely seen in western countries, affecting mainly immigrants and immunocompromised patients. However, the incidence of abdominal...

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma (4 of 12)

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A magnifying colonoscope was used. A magnifying image of some areas of the tumor.

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Tubulo - Villous Adenoma - Endoscopy (25...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A tiny rectal polyp has been excicioned.

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Internal Hemorrhoids (1 of 5)

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Hemorrhoidal disease is a common entity in the general population and in clinical practice. The most common cause of hematochezia in adults, it remains high in the differential diagnosis of almost...

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Adenocarcinoma - Cecum (4 of 4)

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Approximately 20% of colon cancers develop in the cecum, another 20% in the rectum, and an additional 10% in the rectosigmoid junction. Approximately 25% of colon cancers develop in the sigmoid colon.

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

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Appearance post polypectomy of larges masses of the rectum. The image and the video display here shows the successful irradication of the first masses displayed in the sequences 2,3 4 of this case....

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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 Adenocarcinoma

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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 Adenocarcinoma (3 of 12)

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Endoscopic Image of Rectal Cancer The treatment for rectal cancer depends on the location and extent of the tumor. The goals of treatment are to cure the malignancy and to do so without a permanent...

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

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There are several ulcerated polypoid mass in the rectum. Large polyps are in fact associated with a higher rate of complications. Some polyps will require surgical removal, but the best gauge of...

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Infiltrated Rectal Adenocarcinoma (1 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The image and the video display the second rectal valve with a rectal adenocarcinoma that infiltrates the second and third rectal valve. A 40 year-old female with rectal bleeding for over a year....

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

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Case on Polyposis of the Rectum. This mass located in the first rectal valve, has the image of adenocarcinoma but the biopsies have been negatives. There are several polyps nearby. Until now the...

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (6 of 11)

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The median duration of symptoms is usually less than one year. Pain predominantly in the lower abdomen is the commonest symptom of presentation. In one-third of patients lower gastrointestinal bleeding...

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (19 of 110)

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Endoscopic View of Severe Ulcerative Colitis Inflammatory pseudopolyps may be seen in patients with severe ulcerative colitis, and occur due to inflamed and regenerating mucosa surrounded by ulcerations,...

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

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A forward firing probe is used to fulgurate individual sites. Firstly, argon gas is emitted from the end of the probe running through the endoscope channel. Next, high-frequency current is discharged...

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rectum in retroflexed maneuver. Multiple polyps are observed.

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Severe Case Of Ulcerative Colitis (3 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Ulcerative Colitis. Moderate to severe colitis is characterized by granularity, friability, exudate, spontaneous bleeding and increasingly larger areas of ulceration. Pathophysiology: Ulcerative...

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Extensive Ulcerated Carcinoma Of The Descending...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The patient was referred to us to evaluate a palpable mobile mass in the left quadrant.

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Cap Polyposis (2 of 7)

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Cap polyposis is characterized by the presence of inflammatory polyps with a "cap" of granulation tissue. It may represent one end of a spectrum of conditions caused by chronic straining. Polyps...

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Status Post Rubber Band Ligation (3 of 3)

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Status post rubber band treatment, the rectum in retroflexed view. Two yellow ulcers are observed, which is the normal process after the hemorrhoids have been fallen out after necrosis.

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Prolapsed Hemorrhoid (3 of 4)

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Protrusion can occur with both internal and external varicosities; while some may regress spontaneously, others may require manual replacement. Other symptoms may include steady aching in the affected...

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Internal Hemorrhoids (1 of 2)

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In the video clip you can observe the colonoscope in retroflexed maneuvering, passing across to the anus observing the colonoscopist.

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Infiltrates Rectal Adenocarcinoma (1 of...

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma that infiltrates the second and the third valve.

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Adenocarcinoma Of The Sigmoid

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A 51 year-old woman, with carcinoma at the sigmoid near the recto-sigmoid junction. At surgery, the carcinoma was found that infiltrated the urinary bladder.

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Rectal Cancer That Emerges In The Pectin...

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Rectal cancer that emerges in the pectin line.

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Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection For...

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Stapled transanal rectal resection (STARR) for obstructed defecation syndrome. Video by Brij B Agarwal, MD, Karan Goyal, Dr, Kamran Ali, Dr, Himanshu Pandey, MD

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

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Interventional Endoscopy: Using of Argon Plasma Coagulator. The therapeutic treatment it has been planned to diminish the size of all rectal polyps of our patient. We will try to make so many applications...

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Rectum - Adenocarcinoma - Endoscopy

Gastroenterology Atlas

This sessile lesion in the rectum presented with frank bleeding. The lesion was ulcerated in various places and bled heavily when touched.

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Difficult Polypectomy. To be too difficult to be removed endoscopically.? Generally some criteria are acceptable that Which Patients Should Be Treated Initially With Surgical Resection (1) polyps...

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (5 of 11)

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The cecum area showing ulceration of the ileocecal valve Colonic TB may present as an inflammatory stricture, hypertrophic lesions resembling polyps or tumors, segmental ulcers and colitis or rarely,...

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Rectal Bleeding (1 of 2)

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A 65 year-old male presented with chronic diarrhea Rectal bleeding associated with the passage of mucus The image and the video clip displays a pancolitis. The mucosa is friable, erythematous, and...

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Internal Hemorrhoids (5 of 5)

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This colonoscopic view of internal hemorrhoids is appreciated using a magnifying colonoscope. Most clinicians use the grading system proposed by Banov et al in 1985, which classifies internal hemorrhoids...

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

High power setting Argon Plasma Coagulation. Argon Plasma Coagulation, or APC for short, is a new method of electrocoagulation. As a result, it allows for the non-contact application of electrical...

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Rectal Dieulafoy’s Lesion (3 of 4)

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The identification of high-risk stigmata of hemorrhage enables selective targeting of endoscopic therapy to lesions at high risk of rebleeding. Advances in technologies such as novel mechanical methods...

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