Figure 2.

Barrett’s mucosa with early mucosal adenocarcinoma recorded with in vivo miniprobe confocal laser microscopy. Neoplastic characteristics include irregular epithelial lining with variable width (white arrows), increased cell density seen as dark areas with variable fluorescein uptake (white triangle), fusion of glands (black arrow), and irregular dilated blood vessels (arrowheads). Reprinted with permission from Pohl H, et al. [37].

Carignan and Yagi Diagnostic Pathology 2012 7:98   doi:10.1186/1746-1596-7-98
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