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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous of the rectum (29 of 35)
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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Shows the mucosa and submucosa of the polyp with the muscularis mucosae.

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The image and the video clip shows the new therapy with APC. Argon-plasma coagulation (APC) has been used in digestive endoscopy since 1991, when a specific electrode that could be introduced through...

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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous of the rectum (28 of 35)
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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Detail at high magnification of cellular atypia.

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (10 of 11)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Inflammatory stricture, hypertrophic lesions resembling polyp or tumor, segmental transverse ulcers and segmental or diffuse colitis are the pathological presentations of colonic tuberculosis. With...

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Status Post Rubber Band Ligation for Internal...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rubber band ligation is a procedure in which the hemorrhoid is tied off at its base with rubber bands, cutting off the blood flow to the hemorrhoid. Candidates for this method are patients with 2nd...

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Rectal Stalked Polyp (7 of 7)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Argon plasma coagulators have been introduced to fulgurate large polyp remnants or for hemostasis with very positive results.

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Rectum Adenocarcinoma - 36 Year - Old Man

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 36 year-old man with carcinoma of the rectum Retroflexed view.

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma (11 of 12)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rectal Endosonography. EUS can also obtain information about the layers of the intestinal wall as well as adjacent structures such as lymph nodes and the blood vessels.

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Ulcerated Annular Adenocarcinoma

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 76 year-old male with carcinoma of the rectum. Endoscopic view of a constricting, ulcerated, annular carcinoma.

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Ulcerated Rectum Adenocarcinoma

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 53 year-old man who asked for help for supposed hemorrhoids.

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Colonoscopy - Rectum Adenocarcinoma (1 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The images and video clips display an ulcerated malign tumor, infiltrating from the first rectal valve to the second valve.

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Cap Polyposis (6 of 7)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Recently, there was a case report published, on a patient with cap polyposis who was treated with a single infusion of infliximab 5 mg/kg and who demonstrated dramatic symptomatic improvement.

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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous...

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Final status of endoscopic resection Although some polyps will require surgical removal, most can be removed by an experienced endoscopist. Familiarity with endoscopic hemostasis techniques is an...

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (5 of 110)

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Close up of deep and large ulcer in the rectum Severe ulcerative colitis, the least common form of the disease, occurs in 15% of all patients with ulcerative colitis. This form of the disease may...

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (15 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Patients with ulcerative colitis are susceptible to superimposed bacterial or viral colitis, and furthermore, one third of patients with suspected IBD may in fact have an underlying infectious etiology...

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Excision Of Polyp In Rectum

Christos Karalis

Endoscopic ultrasound is a very helpful technique in evaluation, if a polyp is still in in situ stage and may be excised by endoscopic way or if surgically removal is inevitable. The following video shows...

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (4 of 11)

Gastroenterology Atlas

The apparent affinity of the tubercle bacillus for lymphoid tissue and areas of physiologic stasis facilitating prolonged contact between the bacilli and the mucosa may be the reasons for the ileum...

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Crohn's Disease - Endoscopy (8 of 28)

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Crohn´s Disease. The rectum seen in retroflexed view. A polyp is observed We were not sure if this polyp was caused by the Crohn’s disease itself. However, we observed after a short time of treatment,...

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Rectal Stalked Polyp (4 of 7)

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The remnants of the pedicle is being cauterized.

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The mucosal bridge from the pectin line to the mass has been coagulated.

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Status Post Rubber Band for Internal Hemorrhoids

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rubber band ligation is the most-used remedy for grade II and grade III hemorrhoids and is the standard to which other methods are compared. A band ligature is passed through an anoscope and placed...

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma (1 of 12)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rectal Adenocarcinoma near of the Dentate Line (Pectinate Line) retroflexed image. A 62 year-old male with rectal bleeding and thing feces no weight loss. The digital examination revealed a mass near...

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Status Post Rubber Band Treatment for Internal...

Gastroenterology Atlas

One scar is observed close to the dentate line.

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (2 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

A full colonoscopy was performed. There are multiple rectal ulcers. The are multiple deep ulcers and loss of normal vascular pattern in the rectal area that have to disclose Crohn disease or Cytomegalovirus...

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma - 53 Year - Old Man...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Same case as above in retroflexed maneuver.

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Argon Plasma Coagulator Therapy. The non-contact nature of the therapy also allows for the more rapid treatment of large areas of tissues, shortening procedure time. In addition, although the depth...

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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous of the rectum (25 of 35)
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Endoscopic Resection of Giant Tubulo-Villous...

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Base of polyp with vascular connective tissue and thermal effects.

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Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour of the Rectum (4 of 5)
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Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour of the Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Immunohistochemistry was positive for and CD 117 (c-kit) in the GIST. A GIST can’t be Diagnosed by H&E Gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) is a mesenchymal spindle cell (70-80%) or epithelioid (20-30%)...

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (1 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

This is the case of 50 year-old female, three years previous was diagnosed as having ulcerative colitis in another country. The clinical course began with severe constipation during 6 month following...

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Rectal Dieulafoy’s Lesion (4 of 4)

Gastroenterology Atlas

More images and video clips of this case.

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Again more coagulation with argon plasma.

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma Emerging From The...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 74 year-old male that asked for help because he thought that had a prostatic discomfort and ask for a urologist.

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Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour of the Rectum (5 of 5)
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Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour of the Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

GISTs occur most often in the stomach (60-70%), followed by the small bowel (20-30%; ileum > jejunum > duodenum), the colon/rectum (5%), and the esophagus (5%). The majority are benign; 10-30% are...

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Status Post Rubber Band Ligation for Internal...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Today, nonsurgical methods are an alternative to surgical ones. They aim at tissue fixation with or without tissue destruction (sclerotherapy, cryotherapy, photocoagulation, BiCAP, laser), or to fixation...

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Case on Multiple Adenomas (large polyps) of the Rectum (34 of 37)
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Case on Multiple Adenomas (large polyps)...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Superficial ulceration of the polyp with purulent exudate.

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Non Familial Juvenile Polyposis Of The Colon...

Gastroenterology Atlas

More images and video clips of multiple polyps of the rectum.

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (6 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Multiple biopsies across the colon was acquired. Hospitalization Hospitalization is indicated for the following reasons: 1. Failure of mild disease to improve significantly within four weeks of the...

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma (2 of 12)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Another image of this neoplasia, the colonoscope in retroflexed maneuver is appreciated. Adenocarcinoma of the colon is a primary cause of mortality and morbidity in North America and Western Europe....

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Colonoscopy - Rectum Adenocarcinoma (3 of...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Retroflexed view of the neoplasia described above.

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (17 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

The Cecum Is it important to observe this colonoscopy taken 18 days before the surgery, in that date in the coloscopy the cecum and ascending colon appeared of normal appearance, nevertheless the...

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (16 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

The mucosa of the ascending colon appers normal Complete colonoscopy into the cecum and terminal ileum is most helpful in distinguishing ulcerative colitis from Crohn’s disease. Ulcerative colitis...

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Massive Rectal Bleeding (8 of 11)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Colonoscopy is a non-invasive procedure that provides much information about the mas and nature of involvement and facilitates biopsy collection. Colonoscopic findings of nodular, noduloulcerative...

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Multiple Adenomatous Polyps Of The Rectum...

Gastroenterology Atlas

More images and video clips of this sequence.

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Multiple Rectal Ulcers (18 of 110)

Gastroenterology Atlas

Hepatic angle: gradual transition to normal mucosa. At the time of the colonoscopy the inflamatory activity was to the transverse colon almost limiting to the hepatic angle, nevertheless the inflamatory...

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Status Post Rubber Band Treatment for Internal...

Gastroenterology Atlas

This 36 year-old female, who 3 years previously undergone 4 rubber bands treatment for internal hemorrhoids, several scar are seen at colonoscopy close to the dentate line.

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Non Familial Juvenile Polyposis Of The Colon...

Gastroenterology Atlas

One of the polyps, is being removed after snare resection. The video clip displays the procedure. Colorectal polyps are relatively frequent in infancy and constitute one of the main causes of bleeding...

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Non Familial Juvenile Polyposis Of The Colon...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Multiple polyps of the rectum. Most polyps are located in the rectum or the sigmoid colon. No polyps were found at the right colon.

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Rectal Adenocarcinoma - 52 Year - Old Man

Gastroenterology Atlas

A 52 year-old male with rectal bleeding and weight loss of 20 pounds.

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