Cameron ErosionsCameron erosions are linear erosions which may be found in patients who have a large hiatus hernia. They are positioned on the crests of the gastric folds at the level of the impression of the diaphragm. The endoscopist should focus interest on the aforementioned area in cases of large hernias,or they can be easily-verlooked. Cameron erosions can be the cause of massive or latent bleeding, leading to anemia. The patient shown here mentioned that he had seen melaena the day before.
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