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    High Quality Endoscopy Images:
    Stomach

Endoscopes gives now better images with higher resolution than even a few years ago. Just click on any of the images below to get a magnification, suitable for power point presentations and publishing purposes.

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Gastric fundus, the "roof of the stomach" seen from below with the endoscope in an inverted position


A diverticulum in the gastric fundus


A normal gastric body (the upper half of the stomach, corpus ventriculi)


A normal gastric body (corpus ventriculi)


Hyperplastic polyps in the gastric corpus


The gastric antrum and pylorus


Gastritis caused by Helicobacter Pylori. This image shows the mucosa in the border zone between the gastric body and antrum


Erosive gastritis obviously causing bleeding in the gastric antrum, due to the use of NSAIDs


Gastritis and mucosal bleeding caused by NSAIDs


Gastritis and mucosal bleeding caused by NSAIDs


Scarring at the angulus caused by a gastric ulcer


Gastric retention (caused by pyloric stenosis)


Large gastric ulcers in the gastric antrum


A prepyloric ulcer causing pyloric stenosis


A large prepyloric benign ulcer caused by NSAID´s


A Billroth I-resected stomach some 40 years after the operation. The mucosa is clearly atrophic, a normal finding after a gastric resection


Gastric mucosal bleeding caused by the use of NSAIDs


Gastric mucosal bleeding caused by the use of NSAIDs


A surgically made gastroenteroanastomose


A small carcinoid tumour in the gastric corpus


An ulcerated but benign GIST (gastrointestinal stromal tumour) in the stomach. Formerly these tumours were called leiomyomas.


An ulcerated but benign GIST (gastrointestinal stromal tumour) in the stomach. Formerly these tumours were called leiomyomas.

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Early gastric cancer


Gastric cancer (adenocarcinoma) of the intestinal type


A malignant bleeding gastric ulcer - and obviously Helicobacter infection


Gastric cancer: an advanced adenocarcinoma of the intestinal type in the gastric body

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