Hyperplastic Esophageal Polyp
Bland polyp found just above the squamocolumnar junction in the esophagus of a 77 year-old man undergoing endoscopy for evaluation of occult bleeding and anemia.
Left: view from above.
Right: Retroflexed view from the gastric side.
Left: Bland, barely elevated polypoid lesion in the mid-esophagus of a 63 year-old woman with chronic gastroesophageal reflux and short-segment Barrett's disease.
Right: Distal esophageal polypoid lesion in a 64 year-old woman. Histology was benign, ulcerative acute esophagitis with granulation tissue. No neoplasm, fungi, viral inclusions or intestinal metaplasia were seen.
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