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The surrounding mucosa is edematously swollen and no regenerating epithelium is seen endoscopically. The surrounding edema has decreased, the ulcer margin is clear, and a slight amount of regenerating epithelium is seen in the ulcer margin. A red halo in the marginal zone and a white slough circle in the ulcer margin are frequently seen. Usually, converging mucosal folds can be followed right up to the ulcer margin. The white coating is becoming thin and the regenerating epithelium is extending into the ulcer base.
The gradient between the ulcer margin and the ulcer floor is becoming flat. The ulcer crater is still evident and the margin of the ulcer is sharp. The diameter of the mucosal defect is about one-half to two thirds that of A1. The defect is smaller than in H1 and the regenerating epithelium covers most of the ulcer floor. The area of white coating is about a quarter to one-third that of A1. The regenerating epithelium completely covers the floor of ulcer.
The white coating has disappeared. Initially, the regenerating region is markedly red. Upon close observation, many capillaries can be seen. In several months to a few years, the redness is reduced to the color of the surrounding mucosa.
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Stage Classification of Gastric Ulcer by Sakita-Miwa
2014, Número 1