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    Boston Scientific Corporation esophageal balloon dilation catheter
    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during <t>balloon</t> <t>dilation</t> just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the <t>esophageal</t> stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.
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    1) Product Images from "Evaluation of safety and efficacy of autologous oral mucosa-derived epithelial cell sheet transplantation for prevention of anastomotic restenosis in congenital esophageal atresia and congenital esophageal stenosis: three case experiences"

    Article Title: Evaluation of safety and efficacy of autologous oral mucosa-derived epithelial cell sheet transplantation for prevention of anastomotic restenosis in congenital esophageal atresia and congenital esophageal stenosis: three case experiences

    Journal: medRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/2022.09.04.22279376

    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during balloon dilation just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the esophageal stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.
    Figure Legend Snippet: A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during balloon dilation just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the esophageal stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.

    Techniques Used: Transplantation Assay


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    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during <t>balloon</t> <t>dilation</t> just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the <t>esophageal</t> stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.
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    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during <t>balloon</t> <t>dilation</t> just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the <t>esophageal</t> stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.
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    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during <t>balloon</t> <t>dilation</t> just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the <t>esophageal</t> stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.
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    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during <t>balloon</t> <t>dilation</t> just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the <t>esophageal</t> stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.
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    A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during balloon dilation just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the esophageal stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.

    Journal: medRxiv

    Article Title: Evaluation of safety and efficacy of autologous oral mucosa-derived epithelial cell sheet transplantation for prevention of anastomotic restenosis in congenital esophageal atresia and congenital esophageal stenosis: three case experiences

    doi: 10.1101/2022.09.04.22279376

    Figure Lengend Snippet: A) Endoscopic image of the stenosis just before EBD at cell sheet transplantation. B) Contrast esophagography during balloon dilation just before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. The balloon was filled with contrast at 1 atm of internal pressure. C) Enlarged image of the esophageal stenosis. The dotted line on the left is approximately 22.7 mm and the right is 21.8 mm. D) Endoscopic image after balloon dilation just before cell sheet implantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation. E) The cell sheets were attached to the mucous dehiscence above the laceration using the transplantation device. F) Contrast esophagography approximately one month before cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate anastomotic stenosis. G) Contrast esophagography approximately 3 months (91 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate stenosis. H) Contrast esophagography approximately five and a half months (166 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the stenosis. I) Endoscopic image of the stenosis approximately one month (28 days) after cell sheet transplantation. Arrows indicate the location of the laceration caused by balloon dilation just before transplantation.

    Article Snippet: An esophageal balloon dilation catheter (CRE Fixed Wire, Boston Scientific Corporation, Natick, Massachusetts, USA) were inserted under endoscopic (XQ240, Olympus, Tokyo, Japan) observation.

    Techniques: Transplantation Assay