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Barretts Esophagus, Dysplasia-Mayo Clinic Barretts esophagus is a condition in which damaged cells in the esophagus become more like cells found in the intestine, usually as a result of GERD or acid reflux, in a process called metaplasia. Over time, those cells might become more abnormal. Dysplasia is a word that describes cells with a higher risk of developing into cancer. This video explains low-grade dysplasia and high-grade dysplasia. Mayo Clinic has a very large team with an international reputation for its skill in diagnosing and treating reflux, Barretts esophagus and esophagus cancer. For more information, go to the Mayo Clinic website,
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What is Barretts Esophagus?-Mayo Clinic With Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, acid splashes up into the esophagus repeatedly, which can damage the lining of the esophagus. In a process called metaplasia, damaged cells turn into a type of cell more like tissue found in the intestines. When this occurs in the esophagus, the condition is called Barretts esophagus. This video explains short segment Barretts esophagus and long segment Barretts esophagus. Mayo Clinic has a very large team with an international reputation for its skill in diagnosing and treating reflux, Barretts esophagus and esophagus cancer. For more information, go to the Mayo Clinic website,
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Metaplasia ossea dell'endometrio.Endometrium bony metaplasia We report a case of a woman from Morrocco who had had a miscarriage at the 5th month, five months before, and a courettage, three months before our examination. Histology found calcium presence in specimen. ( 2006 )
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Endoscopy of Barrett Esophagus A Barrett Esophagus Presentation with Endoscopies Barrett esophagus (British English: Barrett's oesophagus), sometimes called Barrett syndrome or columnar epithelium lined lower oesophagus (CELLO), refers to an abnormal change (metaplasia) in the cells of the inferior portion of the esophagus. A positive diagnosis generally requires observing specific macroscopic and microscopic changes. The normal squamous epithelium lining of the esophagus is replaced by metaplastic columnar and goblet cells. Columnar epithelium refers to a cell type that is typically found in more distal parts of the gastrointestinal system. Only the presence of goblet cells equates a diagnosis of Barrett esophagus. The medical significance of Barrett esophagus is its strong association with esophageal adenocarcinoma, a particularly lethal cancer. The main cause of Barrett esophagus is thought to be an adaptation to chronic acid exposure from reflux esophagitis. In the last 4 years, the incidence of esophageal adenocarcinoma has been increasing in the Western world. Barrett esophagus is found in 5--15% of patients who seek medical care for heartburn (gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD), although a large subgroup of patients with Barrett esophagus do not have symptoms. It is considered to be a premalignant condition because it is associated with an increased risk of esophageal cancer (more specifically, adenocarcinoma) of about 0.5% per patient-year. If the cancer develops, it is very often deadly ...
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Endoscopy: Gastric Cancer Film Medical Presentation of Gastric Cancer Diagnosis Methods of Gastric Cancer Endoscopy: it is also called fibergastroscopy, which is very important to the diagnosis of early gastric cancers. Endoscopy can help detect early gastric cancer, identify the benign and malignant ulcers and determine types of gastric cancer as well as infiltrating range of lesions. It has certain significance for regular follow-up and monitoring of patients with precancerous lesions. Gastric epithelial polyps The majority of gastric epithelial polyps found during endoscopy are incidental and frequently either of hyperplastic or fundic gland histology (70%-90%). These polyps, in particular fundic gland polyps, were thought to be of no malignant potential. Fundic gland polyps may develop in association with long-term proton pump inhibitor use but have not been associated with an increased risk of cancer. Adenomatous polyps have malignant potential, and this risk correlates with size and older patient age. Patients with adenomatous polyps should have complete excision and surveillance endoscopy to ensure no recurrence. Polyp histology cannot be reliably distinguished by endoscopic appearance, and therefore either biopsy or polypectomy is warranted in any suspicious lesion. Hyperplastic polyps may have an increased risk of cancer. The importance of adequate sampling is highlighted by recent reports of dysplastic elements being present in up to 19% of hyperplastic polyps, including some cases of focal ...
How Eyelid Margin Notches Form Notches form very slowly - over many years - due to a slow inflammatory process in the meibomian duct and gland. This is most likely inflammatory and other inflammatory markers can usually be seen - namely neovascularisation, epithelial metaplasia, and lash loss. The process usually stops at some point and then becomes dormant and the notch stabilizes. This can happen early to leave a dimple - or carry on 30 years or more leaving a full thickness notch. The notch is usually focused on a gland orifice. During notch formation - the gland usually still supplies meibum. Thank you SM Terminology: a sunken orifice is a DIMPLE, then you get POSTERIOR NOTCHES and then FULL THICKNESS NOTCHES. part two is
Helicobacter pylori (H.pylori) Up to 50% of world population are infected with H.pylori. It is an ubiquitous pathogen that are found in human stomach. It is implicated in multitude of upper intestinal disorders including gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, and even stomach cancer. This brief video summarizes various aspects of H.pylori including its epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment. Brought to you by Los Angeles Endoscopy Center (www. ).
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NEJM Procedure: Radiofrequency Ablation in Barretts Esophagus with Dysplasia Barrett's esophagus, a condition of intestinal metaplasia of the esophagus, is associated with an increased risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma. In patients with dysplastic Barrett's esophagus, radiofrequency ablation was associated with a high rate of complete eradication of both dysplasia and intestinal metaplasia and a reduced risk of disease progression.
Endoscopy of Upper GI Tract Cancer of the upper gastrointestinal (UGI) tract may develop in association with several underlying diseases. Surveillance of premalignant UGI conditions refers to endoscopic follow-up of individuals who are at increased risk for malignancy or in whom a neoplastic lesion has been identified and removed. The natural history of many of these premalignant conditions is not well characterized, and published surveillance data are limited by both leadtime and length-time bias. This guideline addresses the following conditions: Barrett's esophagus, achalasia, caustic ingestion, tylosis, upper aerodigestive tract cancer, gastric epithelial polyps, intestinal metaplasia of the stomach, pernicious anemia, postgastrectomy, familial adenomatous polyposis, and hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer syndrome. This
hysteroscopic treatment of osteoid metaplasia his video made by doctor Moulay nabil () gynecologist in Morrocco shows an hysteroscopic treatment of osteoid metaplasia.This endoscopic procedure are currently performed in clinique la capitale at Rabat Morrocco ()
Metaplasia - Wiki Article Metaplasia (Greek: "change in form") is the reversible replacement of one differentiated cell type with another mature differentiated cell type. The change from one type of cell to another may genera... Metaplasia - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Nephron Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 ) Author: Nephron Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 )
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Glandular Metaplasia - Wiki Article Glandular metaplasia is a type of metaplasia where irritated tissue converts to a glandular form. An example occurs in the esophagus, where tissue becomes more similar to the tissue of the stomach. A... Glandular Metaplasia - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Nephron Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 )
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072 The Four Types Of Cellular Adaptations www.interactive- - In today's episode I talk about Atrophy, Hypertrophy, Hyperplasia and Metaplasia - the 4 types of cellular adaptations. These are cellular reactions to prevent injury. Watch as I go through the details, and stay tuned for many more
The Clonal Origins of Dysplasia From Intestinal Metaplasia in the Human Stomach Dr. Stuart AC McDonald discusses his m***cript "The Clonal Origins of Dysplasia From Intestinal Metaplasia in the Human Stomach." To view the print version of this abstract go to tiny.cc Gastroenterology Basic - Alimentary Tract
Endoscopy of Barrett Adenocarcinoma •Esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC) arises from Barrett's esophagus (BE), which is the most serious complication of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)—a common form of esophageal motility disorder. •Esophageal adenocarcinoma is a highly lethal cancer, and its incidence has increased rapidly in the United States and Western Europe. •Barrett's esophagus (BE) is a well-recognized premalignant condition, and patients with BE have a 30- to 50-fold greater risk of developing EAC. •Risk factors for EAC include age, male gender, GERD symptoms, white race, obesity, family history, and use of lower esophageal sphincter--relaxing medications. •Potential factors with negative association include dietary patterns, and use of aspirin or nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs. •No single biomarker has yet emerged that is superior to histologic dysplasia in predicting progression to cancer. •New developments in the endoscopic detection of early neoplastic lesions include chromoendoscopy and magnification endoscopy, narrow band imaging, optical coherence tomography, fluorescence spectroscopy, and brush cytology. •Clinical staging can be accomplished by endoscopy, chest and abdominal computed tomography, endoscopic ultrasound, and laparoscopy. •Treatment options include endoscopic mucosal resection, surgical resection, and ablative therapies for early cancer. Barrett's esophagus (BE) is a well-recognized premalignant condition for the development of EAC and results from chronic ...
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Helicobacter pylori (H.pylori) Simplified Helicobacter pylori (H.pylori) is a very important pathogen that are found in human stomach. It is implicated in multitude of upper intestinal disorders including gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, and even stomach cancer. This brief video summarizes various aspects of H.pylori including its epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment. Brought to you by Los Angeles Endoscopy Center (www. ).
Barretts Esophagus, Intestinal Metaplasia of the Cardia-Mayo Clinic Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, often called acid reflux, can damage the cells in the esophagus. This video explains reflux esophagitis, which is inflammation of the esophagus, and intestinal metaplasia of the cardia, where damaged cells become more like tissue found in the intestines. Mayo Clinic has a very large team with an international reputation for its skill in diagnosing and treating reflux, Barretts esophagus and esophagus cancer. For more information, go to the Mayo Clinic website,
TeamCirisano Teaching Series: D&C Hysteroscopy, uterine polyp removal Dilation and curettage (D&C) is the dilation of the uterine cervix and removal of superficial lining of the uterine cavity, which can regenerate. This procedure is often indicated for abnormal bleeding that occurs in several common clinical scenarios: post-menopausal bleeding; or bleeding following miscarriage; irregular menstrual bleeding related to hormonal imbalance or polycystic ovary syndrome; and retained placenta after giving birth. The D&C procedure may be used in conjunction with very small instruments that can shave away irregularities in the uterine cavity such as uterine polyps or benign tumors such as fibroids. The MyoSure Device demonstrated here has a 3 mm microshaving device that allows irregularities in the uterine cavity to be cleared away, with smoothing of the uterine cavity contour. The shaved specimens are removed with a suction device and examined under the microscope to diagnose the type of abnormality, and evaluate for the possible presence of cancer. In this demonstration, the hysteroscopic instrument is removed from the uterus and the camera is able to visualize gradual changes in the type of skin or epithelium within the genital tract. The skin is noted to change from glandular type epithelium within the uterine cavity to squamous type epithelium at the opening of the cervix. This transition zone is uniquely sensitive to environmental exposures such as the human papilloma virus (HPV). In the normal transition from the squamous epithelium to ...
Cellular Adaptation ft Manik, MDMC Cellular Adaptation: Chapter 1 Seven Causes of Cellular Injury 1. Hypoxia 2. Infectious 3. Hypersensitivity 4. Autoimmune 5. Congenital 6. Chemical/Physical 7. Nutritional/Vitamin excess of deficiency Cellular Adaptation: 1. Dysplasia 2. Metaplasia 3. Hyperplasia 4. Hypertrophy 5. Atrophy Different Types of Necrosis 1. Liguefactive 2. Coagulative 3. Gangrenous 4. Finbrinoid 5. Fat 6. Caseous Hook It's a broad and complex field, seeking to understand The mechanism of cellular injury and how the body can Respond and repair -- cellular adaptation Of which 7 causes are identified -- let's make haste Most common is hypoxia -- second is infectious Hypersensitivity -- autoimmune are next -- run the check list Congenital, chemical, physical forms of injury Nutritional or vitamin -- excess or deficiency V1 Cause on the cellular level -- the responses to injury There's adaptation or injury reversibility. If irreversible, cell death's the diagnosis, Either by apoptosis or necrosis LCGF2C Life Can Get Far Too Complicated So let's see the 6 types of Necrosis: Liquefactive, Coagulative, Gangrenous, Fibrinoid, Fat, and Caseus. The craziest and most common form is Coagulative. Need an H&E Stain and microscope to examine it To see the cytoplasmic proteins denatured; Loss of nucleus with a preserved architecture. Lyrical Lectures and cellular destruction By hydrolytic enzymes -- Liquefactive Necrosis -- Occurs in abscesses -- brain infarcts -- or pancreas (ie) Leukocyte enzymes causing pus ...
Squamous Metaplasia - Wiki Article Squamous metaplasia refers to benign non-cancerous change (metaplasia) of (non-squamous) surfacing lining cells (epithelium) to a squamous morphology. Location Common sites for squamous metaplasia in... Squamous Metaplasia - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Nephron Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 )
Release Esophageal Stent in Esophagus Cancer This endoscopy shows Release Esophageal Stent in a esophagus cancer During an esophageal stent placement procedure, a tiny tube known as a stent is placed at a point of narrowing or blockage to open up the esophagus to help the patient swallow or drink more easily. These tubes are made out of polyester(plastic), nitinol(metal) or hybrid material. Stents may be used to treat patients suffering from a refractory benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) disease. The Epidemiology of Esophageal Cancer Has Changed Dramatically During The past Decade. The Incidence Of Adenocarcinoma Associated With Barrett's metaplasia Is Rising Dramatically Faster Than Any Other Tumor In North America. squamous Cell Cancer of The Esophagus
Fragile scar in the stomach after ulcer healing. A woman aged 65 during the execution fibroezofagogastroduodenoscopy in November 2011 was identified ulcers in the stomach. After treatment in December 2010 the patient was re-done endoscopy using endoscopic video information system EVIS EXERA II. Gastric ulcer healed. Gable biopsies from the scar was detected during gastroscopy.
TeamCirisano Teaching Series: Introduction to Cervical & Uterine pathology Human papiloma virus (HPV) is the virus that can cause precancerous changes (dysplasia) in the vulva, vagina, and cervix. Changes or dysplasia of the cervical epithelial cells or Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) are separated into 3 grades: mild(CIN I), moderate (CIN II) and severe (CIN III) dysplasia. The grades are defined by the depth of the epithelial cell layer taken over by these dysplastic cells. When this dysplasia, which is considered "pre-cancer" spans the full thickness of the epithelial cell layer, it is considered to have developed into Carcinoma In Situ (CIS), which is borderline or a non-invasive (does not cross the basement membrane) cancer of the cervix. Most cervical cancer arises at the transformation zone of the cervix. This is the area of cervix from which samples are swabbed/scraped during a Pap smear and is where the endocervix (within the uterus - columnar cells) and ectocervix (towards the vagina - squamous cells) come together and transform or undergo metaplasia from one cell type to the other. The mitotic index therefore at these transformation zones is relatively higher than at other areas of the body. Because of the higher mitotic index, the transformation zone of the cervix is most vulnerable to dysplastic changes. The absolute treatment for pre-cancer (CINI-CINIII) is surgical, may it be cervical laser ablation (CINI), excision using LEEP-loop electrosurgical excision procedure- (CIN II/III) and organ removal-hysterectomy- (CINIII ...