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Figure 23-3 Endoscopic appearance of a leiomyoma illustrating the segmental tumor bulge, intact overlying mucosa, and luminal narrowing without obstruction.

Figure 23-3 Endoscopic appearance of a leiomyoma illustrating the segmental tumor bulge, intact overlying mucosa, and luminal narrowing without obstruction.

Figure 23-5 The technique of enucleation is illustrated. A, The esophageal muscular fibers are split and the leiomyoma is bluntly extracted from the esophageal wall. B, Once removed, the muscular defect is reapproximated.

Figure 23-7 Incidence of symptoms as a function of granular cell tumor size. (From Coutinho, D.S. de S., Soga, J., Yoshikawa, T., et al.: Granular cell tumors of the esophagus: A report of two cases and review of the literature. Am. J. Gastroenterol., 80:758,1985, with permission.)
TABLE 23-3 -- Age and Sex of 55 Patients with Fibrovascular Polyps

Age (Yr)

Men

Women

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