Atlas of Nonneoplastic Lesions
The feces remaining within the gastrointestinal tract (residual feces) often give the appearance of red- to scarlet-colored superficial raised lesions (Fig. 15.1a, b), and bowel preparation fluid is seen as a reddish liquid (Fig. 15.1c, d) using NBI. Either may be confused with blood, but switching over from NBI to WLI makes it easy to differentiate between them.
KeywordsUlcerative Colitis Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection Mantle Cell Lymphoma Ischemic Colitis Hyperplastic Polyp
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