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 22 June 2018

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Grade B reflux esophagitis G0204 E (E)

Inflammatory polyp of gastro-esophageal junction. (E)

Fixed sliding hiatus hernia. (R)

Paraoesophageal (rolling) hiatal hernia. (E)

Para-esophageal hiatus hernia. (R)

Veress needle perforation of jejunum. (C)

Reflux esophagitis. (R)

Savary-Miller classification of reflux esophagitis. Grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. (E)

Immune deficiency

Esophageal moniliasis. (E)

Cytomegalovirus and esophageal ulceration. (E)

Herpes Simplex Virus Esophagitis. (E)

Malignant diseases

Esophageal perforation after insertion of an esophageal stent for carcinoma of the esophagus. (C)

Carcinoma of the esophagus. (E)

Esophageal carcinoma in a patient with achalasia. (E)

Ultraflex esophageal stent. (E)

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E = Endoscopy
M = Macro specimen
H = Histopathology
EM = Electron micrograph
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R = Radiograph
CT = Computerised tomography
MR = Magnetic resonance
N = Nuclear medicine
D = Diagram

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