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Fig. 1. (A) Characteristic endoscopic appearance of bile gastropathy with a large pool of thick yellowish-green bile noted in the antrum, and an underlying erythematous, inflamed gastric mucosa, indicative of bile gastritis/gastropathy after aspiration of bile. (B) Biopsy of gastric mucosa showing cork-screwing of foveolar glands (red arrow) and splaying of smooth muscle into the lamina propria (black arrows), typical of bile-induced chemical gastropathy. No significant inflammation is seen in the lamina propria.
J Neurogastroenterol Motil 2021;27:400~407
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