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esoph path

pathology ch 5 esophagus 1

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Alternate name for tracheoesophageal fistula esophageal atresia
tracheoesophageal fistula failure of a satisfactory esophageal lumen to form separate from the trachea
type 1 tracheoesophageal fistula is seen as: upper and lower esophagus end in blind pouches
type 2 tracheoesophageal fistula is seen as: upper esophagus communicates with the trachea, the lower segment ends in a blind pouch
which tracheoesophageal fistula is the most common? type 3
type 3 tracheoesophageal fistula is seen as: an upper segment ending in a blind pouch at the carina, and lower segment attached to the trachea
alternate name for GERD reflux esophagitis
GERD is seen how on x-ray? ulcers can be seen with double contrast, hazy borders with single contrast
Barrett’s esophagus normal squamous cells of the esophagus are replaced by columnar cells
Esophageal cancer occurs most often where? at the esophagogastric junction
Barrett’s esophagus can be seen as what radiographically? hiatal hernia or ulceration
Early stages of esophageal cancer can be seen radiographically as: flat plaque-like lesion
Later stages of esophageal cancer can be seen radiographically as: irregularity in the walls of the esophagus
Diverticula outpunching
Created by: annaluz87