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Necrosis, fibrin, PMN’s, and blood
Gastric Ulcer: superficial components
Fibrosis, granulation tissue, nonspecific acute inflammation, necrotic debris
reactive process of ucler
Hyperplastic polyps
small NON-NEOPLASTIC
Adenometous polyp
can progress to CA- dysplastic epithelial lining [test]
small polyp
-normal epithelium
-cystic glands
-nonneoplastic
-most common
Hyperplastic polyp
Adenoma with dysplastic epithelium
neoplastic
3 types of gastric CA
exophitic, flat (linitis plastica), escavated
signet ring cells found in
linitis plastica
Classic cobblestone pattern, small (terminal ilium)and large bowel, full thickness dz [test], microscopically see granulomas [test], distortion of cryps, skip lesions [test]
CD-
more superficial, continuous, crypt absesses, pseudopolyps [test],
UC
cobblestone pattern
Crohn Disease
granulomas
Crohn Disease
erythema & ulceration
Ulcerative Colitis
crypt abscess
Ulcerative Colitis
pseudopolyp
Ulcerative Colitis
volcanic exudation
Pseudomembranous Colitis
delicate papillary epithelial hyperplasia (saw-tooth)
Hyperplastic polyp
Apple core deformity on x-ray
Carcinoma of colon
GI stromal tumor or GIST originates from what cells
Cells of Cajal
Mallory bodies
Alcoholic Hepatitis
Strawberry gallbladder
cholesterolosis
intestinal metaplasia w/ goblet cells
Barrett Esophagus