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PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) - Treatment of Ulceration

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Treatment of ulceration. Injection of PRP into the ulceration.

Non Familial Juvenile Polyposis Of The Colon...

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An ulcerated polyps is observed, the lesion is encircled by numerous yellowish white spots.

Endoscopic View Of Diverticulitis Of The Sigmoid...

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The rectal mucosa displays several inespecific ulcerated lesions. Diverticulitis in patients younger than aged 40 years seems to have a particularly aggressive and fulminant course and requires early...

Colonic Lymphoma (3 of 6)

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Extensive ulceration are displayed. The colon is a rare location for gastrointestinal non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

GIST With Ulcerated Lesion (6 of 6)

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Some biopsies were taken and proved to be a GIST

GIST With Ulcerated Lesion (5 of 6)

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Magnifycation of the tip of the GIST. A Magnifying endoscope was used.

GIST With Ulcerated Lesion (4 of 6)

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Upper endoscopy image showing Gastrointestinal Stromal tumor (GIST) Most GIST of stomach are asymptomatic but ulceration may cause pain and signs of gastrointestinal bleeding. Microscopically,...

GIST With Ulcerated Lesion (3 of 6)

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Lateral view of this submucosal tumor. The classic or usual GI tract GIST has a similar morphologic appearance to leiomyomas in other organs. In the gut, they are usually small, and well circumscribed....

GIST With Ulcerated Lesion (2 of 6)

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Another view of the tumor described above. Grossly, GIST of the stomach most frequently develop in the lower half of the stomach but may also be seen at the fundus. They are usually smaller than 3...

GIST With Ulcerated Lesion (1 of 6)

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A 34 year-old male with hepatic cirrhosis and esophageal varices, presented a submucosal tumor with central umbilicated ulcer. He was asymptomatic at the time of diagnosis. The central location of...

Gastric Cicatrization With Pylorus Stenosis (4...

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The Cicatricial Bands are observed. Causes gastric outlet obstruction more commonly because of cicatricial antral stenosis. Sulfuric acid produces a coagulation necrosis of the gastric mucosa and...

Large Gastric Adenocarcinoma - Endoscopy

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Large Gastric Adenocarcinoma of the body with central ulceration

Pill Esophagitis - 5/5

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Pills. Esophagitis can result when a swallowed pill gets stuck in the throat and burns the lining, usually when not enough liquid was used to wash down the pill. It may also occur if the esophagus...

Pill Esophagitis - 4/5

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PATHOGENESIS — The mechanism of injury is believed to be due to prolonged contact of the caustic contents of the medication with the esophageal mucosa. Esophageal retention — Some degree of esophageal...

Pill Esophagitis - 3/5

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Tetracyclines are the most common antibiotics to induce esophagitis, particularly doxycycline Essentially all of the antiinflammatory agents can damage the esophagus; the highest number of reported cases...

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