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    High Quality Endoscopy Images:
    Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

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.


An Asacol-tablett releasing the active drug (5-aminosalicylic acid) in the caecum


The transverse colon in a patient with a quite inactive ulcerative colitis. The mucosal oedema makes the normal vascular appearence invisible.


Severe inflammation and inflammatory polyposis in the transverse colon of a patient with ulcerative colitis


Mildly active ulcerative colitis in the colon


Mildly active ulcerative colitis in the colon


Ulcerative colitis affecting the sigmoid colon


Ulcerative colitis affecting rectum


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


Mucosal fibrous scars in the sigmoid colon in a patient with ulcerative colitis which have been inactive for years


Mucosal fibrous scars in the sigmoid colon in a patient with ulcerative colitis which have been inactive for years


Inflammatory polyps and mucosal bridging caused by ulcerative colitis


Inflammatory polyps and mucosal bridging caused by ulcerative colitis


Crohns disease affecting the ileocaecal valve causing a stricture


Aphtous ulcers caused by Crohns disease in the colon


An aphthous ulcer in the colon indicating Crohns disease


Severe Crohns disease in the sigmoid colon


Severe Crohns disease in the sigmoid colon


Severe Crohns disease in the sigmoid colon


Indeterminate colitis (Crohn or ulcerative colitis?) in the rectum


Indeterminate colitis (Crohn or ulcerative colitis?) in the rectum


A rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma) in a patient with ulcerative colitis for decades

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