By Yan-Qing Li, Khek-Yu Ho, Xiu-Li Zuo, Cheng-Jun Zhou
This publication covers all one must learn about the software of endomicroscopy within the prognosis and administration of gastrointestinal illnesses. It offers a accomplished description of the most recent in diagnostic standards and advances within the easy technological know-how referring to endomicroscopy of the gastrointestinal method. every one bankruptcy introduces the most important histologic, endoscopic, and endomicroscopic good points of universal gastrointestinal stipulations, with beneficiant representation utilizing common photos. The e-book will give you the working towards physicians with the rules of perform, and procedural ideas of endomicroscopy, in addition to exhibit the bench-to-bedside translational power of endomicrosocpy in aiding endoscopists deal with their sufferers' gastrointestinal stipulations.
This ebook fills an incredible hole in offering a miles wanted atlas in GI endomicroscopic prognosis. Readers can study the diagnostic standards of assorted gastrointestinal stipulations as illustrated by way of top of the range endoscopic, endomicroscopic and histology photographs.
It comprises the main huge evaluation of at present released stories of endomicroscopy in gastrointestinal stipulations. It has various top of the range endomicroscopic pictures in addition to excessive definition endoscopy and histology photos illustrating the typical gastrointestinal ailments. it's going to supply a platform for standardizing endomicroscopic perform and studying.
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The blood vessels in the lamina propria can be observed (layer 5). qxd 2/22/2012 b1257 5:14 PM Page 37 Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Normal Esophagus and Endomicroscopic Imaging Fig. 9. 37 Normal esophageal vertical-section image (HE × 200). partial structures of the lamina propria, and the changes of intrapapillary capillary loops (IPCLs). 02% acriflavine on the luminal surface can highlight single squamous epithelial cells, especially nuclei, and the changes of cellular interspaces.
The cells are bigger and more flattened, with concentrated nuclei (layer 1). Fig. 4. The squamous epithelium of the esophagus. The papillae have not appeared yet, and the cells are flattened or fusiform (layer 2). qxd 2/22/2012 b1257 5:14 PM Page 35 Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy Normal Esophagus and Endomicroscopic Imaging 35 Fig. 5. Esophageal squamous epithelium. Polygonal cells (arrow) are visible which belong to the stratum spinosum and indicate the immediate appearance of papillae (layer 3).
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Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endomicroscopy by Yan-Qing Li, Khek-Yu Ho, Xiu-Li Zuo, Cheng-Jun Zhou