Tagsachalasia Adenocarcinoma adenoma banding bleeding cancer carcinoma cataract cataract surgery colon colonoscopy duodenum echocardiography emr endoscopy esophagus gastroscopy GIST Histopathology kolonoskopia laparoscopy laryngology lesion polyp polypectomy rectum stomach TUMOR ulcer varices
Various methods of endoscopic hemostasis for esophageal varices have been described, sclerotherapy, rubber band ligation, hemoclips etc.
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This image display the neoplasia in frontal view.
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Spurting esophageal varix. Due to the retroflexed maneuver, the tip of the endoscope touched causing this bleeding that was resolved easily with argon plasma coagulator.
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Many varices are appreciated with “the red sign”.
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Islated gastric varices are more common with adenocarcinoma of the pancreas due to splecnic thrombosis
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Maintaining a certain force on the injector during 4 minutes Polydocanol was injected.
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This image shows a blood clot where identify the site of the bleeding.
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This picture as well as the video clip display some varices with the red sign that were ligated.
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Some isolated gastric varices were found at the fundus.
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The image and the video display bleeding from esophageal varix.
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A 59 year-old male with esophageal reflux disease presenting with episodes of cough and chest pain. 14 years ago, underwent a splecnectomy
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This image and the video clip display chromoendoscopy with lugol´s stain. Chromoendoscopy and vital staining are simple adjunct methods to improve the yield of endoscopic.
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