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This is a video of a diagnostic examination of an upper GI-tract with a gastroscope.
The gastroscope is inserted through the mouth and down in to the esophagus.
Air is blown in to dilate the esophagus and get a better view.
The patient has AR gastric tube in place.
The mucosa is inspected for pathological anomalies.
Here, we see down in to the stomach,
and can see the pilorous in the transition to the duodenum.
The scope is moved down in to the duodenum.
This patient has a lymphioma in the duodenum.
The tumor will be biopsied.
Biopsy forceps are inserted via the working canal in gastroscope.
Multiple biopsies are taken from different parts of the tumor.
The scope is pulled out slowly while the doctor inspects the tract again.

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