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Path of stomach, eso

Pathology of stomach and esophagus

tracheoesophageal fistula congenital condition suggested in newborns by copious salivation associated with choking, coughing, and cyanosis on attempt at feeding
Achalasia persistant contraction of LES and absence of esphageal peristalsis/caused by loss of ganglion cells in myenteric plexus
Barrett esophagus columnar metaplasia of esophagela squamous epitheliam
pyloric stenosis hypertrophy of circular muscle layer of pylorus/ obstruucts gastric outlet/ causes projectile vomiting
carcinoma of esophagus manifests as dysphagia and weight loss
acute gastritis focal damage to gastric mucosa with acute inflammation, necrosis, and hemorrhage
chronic gastritis 3 types: autoimmune, H. pylori, and menetrier
carcinoma of the stomach aggressive, usually adenocarcinoma, most common in after 50 age group and A blood groups
Created by: swohlers