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    High Quality Endoscopy Images:
    Rectum

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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Linea dentata (also called linea anorectalis, anorectal junction, anocutaneous line) seen from the inside of the rectum with the endoscope in an inverted position


A normal rectum


A normal rectum


Ampulla recti


Internal haemorrhoid seen with the colonoscope in an inverted position in the rectum


Internal haemorrhoids and an anal fibroma seen with the colonoscope in an inverted position in the rectum


Rectal venectasiae - dilated veins


Rectal venectasiae - dilated veins


Rectal venectasiae - dilated veins


Ulcerative colitis in the rectum with a recent and quite acute onset


Ulcerative colitis affecting rectum


Ulcerative colitis affecting rectum


Ulcerative colitis affecting rectum


Ulcerative proctitis, that is ulcerative colitis affecting only the distal half of the rectum


Very small rectal aphthous lesions in a patient with Crohns disease in the colon


Very small rectal aphthous lesions in a patient with Crohns disease in the colon


Crohns disease in the rectum


Severe rectal Crohns disease


Severe rectal Crohns disease


Severe rectal Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


(Pseudo-)Melanosis coli in the rectum


Proctitis caused by radioation therapy


Proctitis caused by radioation therapy


Proctitis caused by radioation therapy


Proctitis caused by radioation therapy


A focal radiation injury in the rectum (proctitis caused by radiation therapy)


Rectal hyperplastic polyps (without any malignant potential)


Rectal hyperplastic polyps (without any malignant potential)


*A small rectal tubular adenoma


A rectal benign tubular adenoma


A rectal benign tubular adenoma


A rectal sessile tubular adenoma with a small cancer (adenocarcinoma)


A rectal sessile tubular adenoma with a small cancer (adenocarcinoma)


A rectal sessile tubular adenoma with a small cancer (adenocarcinoma)


Colorectal cancer, adenocarcinoma. This large tumour was located at the rectosigmoideal flexure


A bleeding rectal cancer (Adenocarcinoma)


Rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)


Rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)


Two rectal cancers (adenocarcinoma)


Two rectal cancers (adenocarcinoma)


Rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)


"Chicken skin mucosa" adjacent to a rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)

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