By Yan-Qing Li, Khek-Yu Ho, Xiu-Li Zuo, Cheng-Jun Zhou
This ebook covers all one must find out about the application of endomicroscopy within the prognosis and administration of gastrointestinal ailments. It presents a finished description of the most recent in diagnostic standards and advances within the easy technology bearing on endomicroscopy of the gastrointestinal approach. each one bankruptcy introduces the foremost histologic, endoscopic, and endomicroscopic good points of universal gastrointestinal stipulations, with beneficiant representation utilizing ordinary pictures. The booklet will give you the working towards physicians with the foundations of perform, and procedural innovations of endomicroscopy, in addition to show the bench-to-bedside translational power of endomicrosocpy in assisting endoscopists deal with their sufferers' gastrointestinal stipulations.
This e-book fills an important hole in offering a far wanted atlas in GI endomicroscopic prognosis. Readers can study the diagnostic standards of varied gastrointestinal stipulations as illustrated via top of the range endoscopic, endomicroscopic and histology pictures.
It includes the main large overview of at present released reports of endomicroscopy in gastrointestinal stipulations. It has quite a few top of the range endomicroscopic photos besides excessive definition endoscopy and histology photographs illustrating the typical gastrointestinal ailments. it is going to offer a platform for standardizing endomicroscopic perform and studying.
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Fig. 12. Normal esophageal vertical-section image. The depth of this cross-section image is stratum spinosum. qxd 2/22/2012 b1257 40 5:14 PM Page 40 Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Fig. 13. Cross-section of the esophageal epithelial spinosum layer (HE × 400). The cells are polygonal. The nuclei are bigger and less chromatic compared with the basal cells. The intrapapillary capillary loops (IPCLs) can be identified (arrow). Fig. 14. With the application of 10% fluorescein sodium, it is possible to observe the nuclei presenting black spots and distinct cellular interspaces.
18). It is necessary to avoid bleeding from the lesions (tumor, ulcer, or IBD) due to abrasion by the tip of the endoscope. Areas can be washed with water if details are obscured by mucus. qxd 2/22/2012 b1257 26 5:13 PM Page 26 Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Fig. 18. Contamination image. The contamination splotches will not change when we capture the confocal images dynamically. References 1. Hoffman A, Goetz M, Vieth M, et al. (2006) Confocal laser endomicroscopy: technical status and current indications.
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Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy by Yan-Qing Li, Khek-Yu Ho, Xiu-Li Zuo, Cheng-Jun Zhou