Colon Cancer
Colonoscopy of a Cancer of the Sigmoid Colon

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Colonoscopy of a Cancer of the Sigmoid Colon

This a 49 year-old female, who has abdominal pain in the left iliac fossa, and weight loss of 30 pounds, tenderness mass is seen in that area, the patient comes to our office with an abdominal ultrasound prcaticed in another clinic which reveals a mass, which is confirmed by colonoscopy,

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Colonoscopy of a Cancer of the Sigmoid Colon

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Colonoscopy of a Cancer of the Sigmoid Colon

There is a narrowness of the tumor which impedes the advance of the colonoscope

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Colonoscopy of a Rectal Adenocarcinoma

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Colonoscopy of a Rectal Adenocarcinoma

This is an 84 year-old male, that presented with rectal discharge, at digital examination this firm, hard mass was palpated.

 

 


 

Colonoscopy of a Rectal Adenocarcinoma

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Colonoscopy of Rectal Cancer

 

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Rectum

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Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Rectum

Retroflexed view

 

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Colonoscopy of a Rectal Adenocarcinoma

 


 

Colonoscopy Ascending Colon Adenocarcinoma

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Colonoscopy Ascending Colon Adenocarcinoma

67 year-old female, who presented with abdominal pain in the right iliac fossa and weight loss of 20 libs, anemia 7.5 Hb / dl . Colonoscopy was indicated 6 months previously, Colonoscopy revealed ulcerated ascending colon mass bordering with the cecum, observing the ileocecal valve as well as the hole of the appendix uninfiltrated, the endoscope is advanced to the terminal ileum.

 


 

ascending colon adenocarcinoma

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Image and video of the ascending colon adenocarcinoma


 

Colonoscopy of Ascending Colon Adenocarcinoma

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Colonoscopy of Ascending Colon Adenocarcinoma

The tumor is in the limit with the cecum, the ileocecal valve as well as the hole of the appendix are not infiltrated.


 

The colonoscope is advanced to the terminal ileum

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The colonoscope is advanced to the terminal ileum


 

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma ulcerated of ascending colon

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Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma ulcerated of ascending colon.

 

Colonoscopy of Ascending Colon Cancer

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Colonoscopy of Ascending Colon Cancer

The respective biopsies are obtained.


 

Colonoscopy of syncronic polyps and colon cancer of the transverse.

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Colonoscopy of syncronic polyps and colon cancer of the transverse.

This is a 57 year-old Male, who has rectal bleeding since 4 months. Barium enema practiced in a public hospital was negative.

At colonoscopy there are three polyps two of them are presented in this endoscopic sequence, and one is quite small of the transverse colon, three underwent polypectomy.

In the transverse colon there are a colon adenocarcinoma which obstructs the lumen by 98% it was unable to advance the colonoscope.

In this video clip and the image shows a synchronous polyp of the sigmoid.

 


 

Colonoscopy Adenocarcinoma of the transverse colon with synchronous polyps

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Synchronous ulcerated polyp of the descending colon, which underwent polypectomy.

 


 

Colonoscopy Adenocarcinoma of the transverse colon with synchronous polyps

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Colonoscopy Adenocarcinoma of the transverse colon with synchronous polyps

There are tumor stenosis which impedes the advance of the colonoscope.

 

 


 

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Transverse Colon.

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Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Transverse Colon.

Croissant like mass that was found in a colon screening
check up.
A 77 year-old female, came to our unit due to epigastric
pain. An upper endoscopy revealed two pre-piloric ulcers
and reflux esophagitis grade III.
after the upper endoscopy was performed We
recommended a full colonoscopy as a medical check up
finding this mass.

12 years after the surgery the patient dies of breast cancer

 

Transverse Colon Adenocarcinoma

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Endoscopy of Transverse Colon Adenocarcinoma

 

Colon Cancer

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The tumor can be palpated through intestinal wall.

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The tumor can be seen translucent through intestinal wall.

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The tumor can be seen translucent through intestinal wall.

 

 

Colon Cancer

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Another macroscopic view

 

Duke´s A colon carcinoma.

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Another view of same case as above.
Macroscopic view of this Duke´s A colon carcinoma.

Villous adenoma with atypia  was the first diagnostic of   the first 10 biopsies taken by colonoscopy.

Villous adenoma with atypia was the first diagnostic of
the first 10 biopsies taken by colonoscopy.

Macroscopic view of the case presented adenocarcinoma tubulovillous well-differentied.

Macroscopic view of the case presented adenocarcinoma tubulovillous well-differentied.

Macroscopic view of the case presented,
adenocarcinoma tubulovillous well-differentied.
Cross section invades the submucosa but there is no invasion to the muscularis propia, neither lymph node metastasis. (Dukes´class A). The prognosis after resection is excellent because of the minimal invasive capacity.

Cross section invades the submucosa but there is no
invasion to the muscularis propia, neither lymph node
metastasis. (Dukes´class A).
The prognosis after resection is excellent because of the
minimal invasive capacity.

Histopathology of well-differentiated carcinoma, Some tumors have the ability to secrete large amounts of mucus into a malignant gland.

Histopathology of well-differentiated carcinoma, Some
tumors have the ability to secrete large amounts of
mucus into a malignant gland.
Histopathology of well-differentiated carcinoma, Some tumors have the ability to secrete large amounts of mucus into a malignant gland.

Histopathology of well-differentiated carcinoma, Some tumors have the ability to secrete large amounts of mucus into a malignant gland.

The ileotransverse specimen.

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The ileotransverse specimen.

 

Statatus Post Surgical.

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Statatus Post Surgical.

Endoscopic follow up one year after the surgery.
The anastomosis ileo-Transverse is observed.

 

Video Endoscopic Sequence 9 of 9.

The image and the video display the ileum after the
ileo-transverse anastomosis.

 

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum.

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum.

A 31 year-old male who had a 3 x 2 cm. rectal
adenomatous polyp removed 40 months before.

At that time, we recommended a full colonoscopy, but the patient declined it.

 

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum

You can observe a ulcerated and nearly circumferential
carcinoma of the cecum. The video clip shows liquid
feces moving through the ileocecal valve.

Adenocarcinoma of the Ascending Colon.

Adenocarcinoma of the Ascending Colon.

A 95 year-old female with a carcinoma of the ascending
colon, near the cecum.

 

Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum

Endoscopic Image of Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum

Ulcerated Carcinoma of the cecum that caused severe
anemia.
A large exophytic tumor mass is sharply delineated from
the surrounding normal smooth pink colonic mucosa,
areas of reddening on the surface of the tumor represent
superficial necrosis as well as ulceration in the tumor.

 

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