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Figure 4 | Diagnostic Pathology

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From: Optical endomicroscopy and the road to real-time, in vivo pathology: present and future

Figure 4

SECM and histopathological images of BE stained with 0.6% acetic acid. (A) Large-area SECM image shows columnar epithelium (arrowhead) and squamous epithelium (arrow). (B) Histopathologic image demonstrates squamoglandular junctional mucosa. (C) High-magnification SECM image shows the presence of goblet cells (arrow). (D) High-magnification histopathological image shows BE with the presence of goblet cells (arrow). Scale bars represent 250 μm. Reprinted with permission from Kang D, et al.[50].

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