- High Quality Endoscopy Images
High Quality Endoscopy Images:
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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Larynx with the vocal cords clearly visible
Gastric fundus, the "roof of the stomach" seen from below with the endoscope in an inverted position
A normal gastric body (the upper half of the stomach, corpus ventriculi)
Peristaltic wave in the gastric antrum
The gastric antrum and pylorus
A normal duodenal bulb seen through the pylorus
A normal duodenal bulb (bulbus duodeni)
A normal descending duodenum
Ileum terminale, the very last part of the small bowel
A normal ileocaecal valve (valvula Bauhini)
Appendix aperture in the caecum
The ileocaecal valve (valvula Bauhini), caecum and the first part of the ascending colon
A normal sigmoid colon
A normal rectum
Linea dentata (also called linea anorectalis, anorectal junction, anocutaneous line) seen from the inside of the rectum with the endoscope in an inverted position
The Best Image Library in the World!That is what we would like Gastrolab Image Library and Endoscopic Archives to be.
Perhaps We can achieve this together? Many of You have ecxellent endoscopic images just waiting for publication. When published they can be an invaluable resource for young endoscopists and for gastroenterologic education. Images published here can freely be used for noncommercial purposes.
So, please email Your images here
Together we can make the best and most complete Image Library in the World!
October 6, 2012