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By Manabu Muto, Kenshi Yao, Yasushi Sano

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With its concentrate on slim band imaging, this e-book is a wonderful reference for brand spanking new in addition to skilled practitioners within the box of endoscopy. slim band imaging has led to a innovative development in diagnostic endoscopy, allowing goal prognosis and particular detection of lesions. It has better the aptitude of endoscopy to facilitate qualitative diagnoses for the nice advantage of sufferers who suffer endoscopic examinations. even if, a standardized process of category has no longer but been tested and plenty of clinicians and researchers aren't but hugely expert in using the approach or analyzing the photographs which are produced. This atlas addresses these concerns, supplying transparent, uncomplicated and easy-to-understand descriptions illustrated with beneficiant use of endoscopic images.

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The morphology of IPCLs located within epithelial papillae reflects changes in the epithelial papillary structure. IPCL pattern types I to V-1 are characteristic of flat lesions (red box), whereas IPCL pattern types V-1 to VN reflect the depth of invasion by a superficial cancer (blue box) (Modified from Inoue et al. [4]) layers. We accordingly anticipate the IPCL pattern classification will be useful in the evaluation of the endoscopic degree of atypia of squamous epithelium. Within the areas of intraepithelial cancers that do not stain with iodine, four elements of IPCL changes are often seen: (1) dilatation, (2) meandering, (3) variable diameters, and (4) nonuniform morphology [2].

6): 1. Anterior wall (glossoepiglottic region): base of tongue (tongue posterior to the circumvallate papillae or posterior 1/3 of the tongue) 2. Lateral wall: palatine tonsil, tonsillar fossa, fauces, and glossotonsillar groove 3. Posterior wall 4. Superior wall: inferior surface of soft palate and uvula 40 M. Muto et al. Circumvallate papilla Tongue Base of tongue Platine tonsil Posterior wall Anterior pillar Posterior pillar Soft palate Faucial pillars Uvula Hard palate Epiglottis Anterior wall Lateral wall Posterior wall Superior wall Epiglottic vallecula Fig.

2 Order of Examination Endoscopic examination of the anal canal is mainly retroflexed. During the procedure, the patient is often tense and trying not to pass flatus, so the anal canal is more tightly closed than usual. Examination of the anal canal is impossible in this state. Telling the patient, “It’s all right if you pass gas, please breathe out slowly and relax your bottom,” we get the patient to slowly breathe in and out several times, after which the anal sphincters relax and examination is possible (Figs.

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