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Answer to the Old Endoscopy Quiz - May 2016

June 7, 2016

The Old Endoscopy Quiz (and Answer) of the Month - April 2016

Question:


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This middle aged lady came to a capsule endoscopy as she had iron deficiency anaemia without any explanation on an upper endoscopy and a colonoscopy. This image showes her descending part of the duodenum. What are these white spots? Clinical significance?

Answer:

Duodenal lymphangiectasias, without any clinical significancde.

Endoscopy. 2009 Jun;41(6):510-5. doi: 10.1055/s-0029-1214611. Epub 2009 Jun 16:
Clinical significance of duodenal lymphangiectasia incidentally found during routine upper gastrointestinal endoscopy.

Correct answers were sent by:

    Dr.Virendra Parikh, Fort Wayne, USA/ Indiana
    Dr Eyad Gadour, Manchester, North west
    Ariel Vidal guzman, Santa cruz, Bolivia
    MARCIO SILVA, SAO JOSE DO RIO PRETO, Brasil
    Eva Amanatidoy, Athens, Greece
    Dr Eyad Gadour, Manchester, North West
    Katerina Klapcic, Pula, Croatia
    Valeria Lopez, Salta, Argentina
    Mirica Adriana, Bucharest, Romania
    Ágota Mónus, Miskolc, Hungary
    MARIO GALLUZZI, Lecco, Italy
    BUADZE NIKOLOZ, TBILISI, GEORGIA
    Karen Stauffer, Monmouth, Illinois, USA
    Márcio Paraboli, São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo -Brazil

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