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    High Quality Endoscopy Images:
    Oesophagus

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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Oesophagus


Oesophagus


Oesophagus


Oesophagus


Oesophagus


Cardia


Cardia


Cardia


Cardia


Cardia


Oesophageal inlet patch, heterotopic (usually gastric) mucosa in the upper part of the oesophagus, which does not cause any symptoms


Oesophageal Inlet Patch, a clinically insignificant finding


A large Oesophageal Inlet Patch surrounding the oesophagus, still a clinically insignificant finding


Oesophageal Inlet Patch, a clinically insignificant finding


Oesophageal Inlet Patch, a clinically insignificant finding


Oesophageal inlet patch


Oesophageal diverticulum


Glycogenic Acanthosis -an innocent finding in the oesophagus


Glycogenic Acanthosis in the oesophagus, a common and insignificant finding


Glycogenic Acanthosis in the oesophagus, a common and insignificant finding


Oesophageal pseudovarices


Oesophageal varices caused by portal hypertension


Oesophageal varices caused by portal hypertension


Oesophageal varices


Oesophageal varices


Oesophageal varices


Candida oesophagitis - which can be caused by corticosteroid or antibiotic treatment, or HIV-infection


Candida oesophagitis


Severe candida oesophagitis


Severe candida oesophagitis


Severe candida oesophagitis


Reflux oesophagitis grade A (According to the Los Angeles classification)


Reflux oesophagitis grade B according to the Los Angeles classification


Fibroid scarring in the distal oesophagus caused by a chronic reflux disease


Barretts oesophagus, with the borden between normal and pathological mucosa visible


A quite short segment Barretts oesophagus


Barretts oesophagus, with the borden between normal and pathological mucosa visible


Barretts oesophagus, with the borden between normal and pathological mucosa visible


Oesophageal Crohns disease


Gastro-oesophageal prolapse


Oesophageal Squamocellular Cancer


Oesophageal Squamocellular Cancer

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