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v.54(Suppl 1); 2005 March
Gut. 2005 March; 54(Suppl 1): i6–i12.
Barrett's oesophagus: from metaplasia to dysplasia and cancer
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Barrett's mucosa with incomplete intestinal metaplasia (specialised mucosa). The epithelium is composed of goblet cells interspersed between intermediate mucous cells, both in the surface and glandular epithelium (haematoxylin–eosin,
Dysplasia in Barrett's mucosa, with both architectural and cytological abnormalities of low grade (A) and high grade (B) (haematoxylin–eosin, original magnification x400).
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