Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Images - Sanjoy Sanyal

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These pictures were extracted from a series of four articles on surgical endoscopy, which were written by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal (principle author and surgeon) and Dr Arvind Khurana (co-author and gastroenterologist) in 'SURGERY' journal in 1998 in New Delhi, India.The pictures represent actual cases worked-up in clinical settings. They may be downloaded and used for academic / educational purposes, with acknowledgement of the source (Creative Commons Licence with Attribution, Non-commercial)

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Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Images - Sanjoy Sanyal

  1. 1. Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Images Dr Sanjoy Sanyal MBBS, MS, MSc, ADPHA, ADHRD Associate Professor
  2. 2. These pictures were extracted from a series of four articles on surgical endoscopy, which were written by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal (principle author / surgeon) and Dr Arvind Khurana (co-author / gastroenterologist) in 'SURGERY' journal in 1998 in New Delhi, India. The pictures represent actual cases worked-up in clinical settings. The pictures may be downloaded and used for academic / educational purposes, with acknowledgement of the source (Creative Commons Licence with Attribution, Non-commercial).
  3. 3. Typical End-viewing Endoscope • Two light-guides (‘eyes’) at 3 and 9 o’clock • Instrument (biopsy) channel for accessories and suction at 6 o’clock position • Objective lens / air-water nozzle at 12 o’clock position
  4. 4. NormalLaryngopharynx NormalLaryngopharynx
  5. 5. SlidingHiatusHernia(I) SlidingHiatusHernia(I)
  6. 6. EsophagealCarcinoma EsophagealCarcinoma
  7. 7. EsophagealVarices(IV) EsophagealVarices(IV)
  8. 8. EsophagealVarices(IV) EsophagealVarices(IV)
  9. 9. NormalGastricFundus NormalGastricFundus
  10. 10. NormalGastricAntrum NormalGastricAntrum
  11. 11. BenignGastricUlcer BenignGastricUlcer
  12. 12. GastricCarcinoma GastricCarcinoma
  13. 13. Peutz-JeghersSyndrome Peutz-JeghersSyndrome
  14. 14. GastricDiverticulum GastricDiverticulum
  15. 15. GastricPhytobezoar GastricPhytobezoar
  16. 16. GastricBezoars GastricBezoars
  17. 17. GastricBezoars GastricBezoars
  18. 18. NormalPapillaofVater NormalPapillaofVater
  19. 19. NormalPapillaofVater NormalPapillaofVater
  20. 20. Diagrammatic representation of landmarks around duodenal papilla
  21. 21. Papillacannulation PapillaCannulation
  22. 22. ImpactedPapillaCalculus ImpactedPapillaCalculus
  23. 23. ImpactedPapillaCalculus ImpactedPapillaCalculus
  24. 24. Post-CDSCBDCalculus Post-CDSCBDCalculus
  25. 25. NormalIlealMucosa NormalIlealMucosa
  26. 26. NormalCecalMucosa NormalCecalMucosa
  27. 27. NormalIleocecalValve NormalIleocecalValve
  28. 28. SolitaryDuodenalPolyp SolitaryDuodenalPolyp
  29. 29. SmallIntestinalTumors SmallIntestinalTumors
  30. 30. NormalRectalMucosa NormalRectalMucosa
  31. 31. NormalRectalMucosa NormalRectalMucosa
  32. 32. Normal Transverse Colon
  33. 33. Rectal Carcinoma
  34. 34. RectalPolyp
  35. 35. Sigmoid Diverticulosis
  36. 36. Pseudo-Membranous Colitis Pseudo-Membranous Colitis
  37. 37. ColonicTuberculosis ColonicTuberculosis
  38. 38. Colonic Tuberculosis
  39. 39. Amoebic Colitis
  40. 40. RadiationProctitis RadiationProctitis
  41. 41. RadiationProctitis RadiationProctitis

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