Normal Findings in Endoscopy:
Gastric Fundus


High resolution image: the gastric fundus


The fundus is best seen by inverting the gastroscope to see the dome-shaped upper portion of the stomach. In this picture, the gastroscope coming down through the hiatus is seen.


Gastric fundus seen with the endoscope in an inverted position. This image has been captured with a new highresolution Fujinon endoscope. Click on the image to get a magnification!


When the patient is lying on the left side, the gastric juice is seen to the left in the fundus (in this picture in the lower part of the picture), called "the mucous lake".


High resolution image: the gastric fundus


Gastric fundus seen with the endoscope in an inverted position. This image has been captured with a new highresolution Fujinon endoscope. Click on the image to get a magnification!

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