By Shanda H. Blackmon, Min P. Kim, Karen J. Dickinson
This atlas offers a accomplished, state of the art evaluate of all interventions that pertain to the esophagus. It incorporates a overview of the present staging modalities, ablation applied sciences, resection and reconstruction options, and affliction category. Evidence-based guidance concerning how each one intervention is selected also are incorporated. With colour illustrations and pictures for every surgical procedure, the atlas information particular anatomic subject matters akin to micro-anatomy of Barrett’s and Dysplasia, EMR pathology, endoscopic ultrasound, and standard surgical anatomy. each one intervention is gifted in activity layout as a role checklist to be checked-off as every one step is completed.
Written by means of specialists within the box, Atlas of Esophageal affliction and Intervention: A Multidisciplinary Approach serves as a useful source for any practitioner who plays esophageal intervention and may advisor new surgeons and gastroenterologists into the hybrid multidisciplinary method of this disease.
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B. H. J. 1007/978-1-4939-3088-3_2 19 20 B. Gorman Normal Esophagus The innermost layer of the normal esophagus is composed of epithelium bounded by a basement membrane (Figs. 3). The epithelium rests on top of the lamina propria, which contains lymphatic channels. The muscularis mucosa is the deepest layer of the mucosa, beneath which is the submucosa. The submucosa also contains submucosal glands, ducts and lymphatic channels. The muscularis propria consists of an inner circular layer and an outer longitudinal layer of smooth muscle.
Features of achalasia include fibrosis of the myenteric plexus and decreased numbers of ganglion cells. Smooth muscle hypertrophy and lymphoplasmacytic infiltration of the myenteric plexus may also be seen. (b) Achalasia (H & E, ×100). A minimal lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate surrounds a small nerve in the myenteric plexus, located between the inner circular and outer longitudinal layers of the muscularis propria. The degree of inflammation depends in part upon the age of the lesion 48 B. Gorman Glycogen Accumulation Glycogen accumulation creates cytoplasmic clearing in squamous cells (Fig.
Fig. 5 Gross photo of gastroesophageal junction with Barrett’s esophagus (fresh specimen) 26 B. Gorman Goblet cell Squamocolumnar junction a Fig. 6 Barrett’s esophagus, histology. (a) Barrett’s esophagus (H & E, ×100). (b) Barrett’s esophagus (H & E, ×40) 27 2 Histologic Anatomy New, more superficial muscularis mucosa Original, deeper muscularis mucosa b Fig. 6 (continued) 28 B. Gorman Fig. 7 (a) Barrett’s esophagus, indefinite for dysplasia (H & E, ×100). (b) Barrett’s esophagus, indefinite for dysplasia (H & E, ×400).
Atlas of Esophageal Disease and Intervention: A Multidisciplinary Approach by Shanda H. Blackmon, Min P. Kim, Karen J. Dickinson