By Yan-Qing Li, Khek-Yu Ho, Xiu-Li Zuo, Cheng-Jun Zhou
This e-book covers all one must find out about the application of endomicroscopy within the prognosis and administration of gastrointestinal illnesses. It offers a finished description of the newest in diagnostic standards and advances within the simple technological know-how referring to endomicroscopy of the gastrointestinal approach. every one bankruptcy introduces the foremost histologic, endoscopic, and endomicroscopic positive factors of universal gastrointestinal stipulations, with beneficiant representation utilizing usual photographs. The publication will give you the practising physicians with the foundations of perform, and procedural thoughts of endomicroscopy, in addition to show the bench-to-bedside translational strength of endomicrosocpy in supporting endoscopists deal with their sufferers' gastrointestinal stipulations.
This booklet fills a tremendous hole in delivering a miles wanted atlas in GI endomicroscopic analysis. Readers can examine the diagnostic standards of assorted gastrointestinal stipulations as illustrated by way of prime quality endoscopic, endomicroscopic and histology pictures.
It comprises the main broad evaluate of presently released reports of endomicroscopy in gastrointestinal stipulations. It has a variety of top of the range endomicroscopic photographs in addition to excessive definition endoscopy and histology photos illustrating the typical gastrointestinal illnesses. it's going to supply a platform for standardizing endomicroscopic perform and studying.
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Marked dilatation of intercellular spaces and an increased number of IPCLs are visible (arrow); the boundary of the prickle cell is obscured. (D) Intrapapillary loops (arrow) and squamous epithelium in the deeper portion of the mucosa. qxd 3/1/2012 b1257 3:03 PM Page 51 Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (C) (D) Fig. 2. qxd 3/1/2012 b1257 52 3:03 PM Page 52 Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy (A) (B) Fig. 3. Nonerosive reflux disease: I-scan endoscopic image of NERD.
Endoscopy 41: 99–106. 1 It contains esophageal and extraesophageal syndromes. e. e. reflux esophagitis, reflux stricture, Barrett’s esophagus (BE) and esophageal adenocarcinoma. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) is the most frequently requested examination to identify mucosal breaks and to exclude other diseases. Erosive esophagitis is diagnosed by endoscopy when visible breaks are seen in the esophageal mucosa at or immediately above the gastroeophageal junction. Nonerosive reflux disease (NERD) is defined as the presence of troublesome reflux-associated symptoms and the absence of mucosal breaks at endoscopy.