21 January 2021>: Articles
A 61-Year-Old Woman with Chronic Iron-Deficiency Anemia Due to a Cameron Lesion and a Response to Oral Application of Combined Poloxamer 407 with Hyaluronic Acid and Chondroitin Sulfate Following Single Treatment with Pantoprazole: A Case Report
Challenging differential diagnosis, Unusual setting of medical care, Rare diseaseIliyan Emilov Iliev D* , Almute Loidl B
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e928021
Figure 1. (A) Our patient’s Cameron erosion at the time of diagnosis establishment. During the initial gastroscopy, the Cameron erosion presented as a linear mucosal defect (white arrow). After partial gas desufflation the volume and diameter of the sliding hiatal hernia were reduced to provide a better presentation of the lesion and enable sampling. On the left middle and lower part of the image and on the lower right part of the image one can recognize several hematin spots. (B) Our patient’s Cameron erosion during the second (first follow-up) gastroscopy. The left half of the erosion (white arrow) is covered by fibrin, and the right half (black arrow) showed inflammatory alterations (microscopically red mucosa). There are several hematin spots on the middle and lower right side of the image. (C) Image from the last (second follow-up) gastroscopy with maximal gas insufflation. The Cameron erosion is resolved. (D) Image from the last (second follow-up) gastroscopy with maximal gas insufflation. The Cameron erosion is resolved.