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2014 Progress of Digestive Endoscopy  
Color 1 EGD at admission showed vigorous venous hemorrhage in the stomach. Color 2 A WallFlex colonic stent was inserted at the narrowed part in the splenic flexure. Color 2 Color 1 臨床 研究 綱島弘道,他論文 <本文 p. 48─51> Color 1 Colonoscopic image of Case 4. An encircling ulcerated tumor is seen in the descending colon. Color 2 Colonoscopic image after placement of the colonic stent in Case 4. Color 2 Color 1 臨床 研究 麻生健一朗,他論文 <本文 p. 52─55> Color 1 Case 1:A 46-year-old woman with MCN who had a mural nodule
more » ... inside the cyst, and was diagnosed as having non-invasive carcinoma. You can see an endoscopic ultrasonographic image on the left side, which shows a unilocular cyst with a clear border in the body of the pancreas. There is a mural nodule inside the cyst. You can also see a histopathology photo. The cyst was lined by the mucinous mucosa, and showed atypical cells with papillary growth in the mural nodule. The findings were typical of tubular adenocarcinoma, and we diagnosed non-invasive carcinoma. Color 2 Case 2:A 64-year-old woman with MCN who had minimally invasive carcinoma and multiple liver metastases. You can see a histopathology photo showing high-grade atypical cells with papillary growth in the mural nodule. The findings were typical of adenocarcinoma. Also you can see invasion of the cystic wall, and we diagnosed minimally invasive carcinoma. Color 1 Color 2 a b Progress of Digestive Endoscopy Vol. 84 No. 1 (2014) 2 症例 南雲大暢,他論文 <本文 p. 60─63> Color 1 Colonoscopic image of (a) the colorectum showing the carcinoid tumor and hyperplasia of the lymphoid follicles, (b) the ascending colon showing normal mucosa, (c) the transverse colon showing normal mucosa. Color 2 Colonoscopic image of (a) the ascending colon showing mucosal erosions and disappearance of the vascular patterns, suggesting exacerbation of the lesions as compared with that observed three months earlier, (b) the transverse colon showing disappearance of the vascular patterns, (c) the rectum showing normal mucosa and disappearance of the lymphoid follicles.
doi:10.11641/pde.84.1_1 fatcat:abmdmx2xvnhj3itzyn3xrgmje4