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CMV Esophagitis : Endoscopy

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Endoscopy: The endoscopic appearance of CMV esophagitis usually consists of solitary, large, well-demarcated, linear ulcer covered with yellow exudates in middle to distal esophagus. The ulcer can be deep resembling cavitation. Some patients have multiple ulcers or diffuse involvement of the esophagus. The intervening mucosa is usually normal.

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