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Intestinal Kaposi sarcoma

A 38-year-old man in a clearly impaired general state of health presented for clarification of Hb-relevant gastrointestinal bleeding with melena and transfusion-refractory thrombopenia.

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Barrett’s carcinoma at the Z-line

Konsiliarische Vorstellung eines 47-Jährigen, multimorbiden Patienten bei dem in einem externen Krankenhaus zuvor mittels EMR ein Barrettfrühkarzinom abgetragen wurde. Trotz der basalen R1 Situation und

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Invasive amebiasis in the colon

Invasive amebiasis in the colon, with ulcerations in the right colon.

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Galleries | Upper GI tract

Stomach: Light Blue Crest Sign for Intestinal Metaplasia

Gastric Intestinal Metaplasia is a risk factor of intestinal-type gastric cancer, but WLI was not adequate to detect IM of stomach. NBI system with and

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Galleries | Upper GI tract

Endoscopic diagnosis of celiac disease

Celiac disease is a chronic inflammation trigged by the ingestion of gluten and resulting in a dense infiltration of lymphocytes in the proximal small intestine.

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Galleries | Upper GI tract

Neuroendocrine Gastric Tumors

Among the gastric submucosal tumors, neuroendocrine tumors are a special entity, which also require examination of independent gastric mucosal biopsies for classification.

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Galleries | Upper GI tract

When the Z-line is not completely normal

Depending on the patient’s degree of sedation and the examiner’s level of experience, carrying out a precise examination of the Z-line may not be very

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Galleries | Lower GI tract

Polyp Classification: WASP (incl. SSA)

The following gallery of images is intended to present the newly evaluated characteristics in the WASP classification, but it also illustrates the problems that still

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Galleries | Lower GI tract

Rectal NET Tumors

Unclear smaller polyps in the rectum may represent a pitfall — if they do not look like perfectly typical hyperplasia or small adenomas, then carcinoids

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Galleries | Lower GI tract

How can I identify sessile serrated adenomas?

Flat polyps are difficult to identify and may be easily overlooked, particularly in the right colon, where there is sometimes limited bowel cleansing. If a

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