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Barrett's oesophagus


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Barrett's oesophagus

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Barrett’s oesophagus

Barrett’s oesophagus

Barrett's oesophagus n.

Barrett’s oesophagus n.

Barrett’s oesophagus (1903–79)

Diagnosis and treatment of Barrett's oesophagus

P-231Physical activity and Barrett's Oesophagus

Oesophageal xanthalasma with Barrett’s Oesophagus and Menetrier’s Disease

Oesophagectomy remains the gold standard for treatment of high-grade dysplasia in Barrett's oesophagus

F-119PATIENTS WITH BARRETT'S OESOPHAGUS AND ADENOCARCINOMA OF THE OESOPHAGUS AND OESOPHAGOGASTRIC JUNCTION HAVE INCREASED OXIDATIVE STRESS ALSO IN PROXIMAL STOMACH

Outcomes of Barrett’s oesophagus related to systemic sclerosis: a 3-year EULAR Scleroderma Trials and Research prospective follow-up study

Aurora-A overexpression as an early marker of reflux-related columnar mucosa and Barrett’s oesophagus

P-0073COMPARISON OF THE AVERAGE BODY WEIGHT AND WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE IN PATIENT WITH BARRETT'S OESOPHAGUS AND PATIENT WITHOUT LESIONS

Deoxycholic acid at neutral and acid pH, is genotoxic to oesophageal cells through the induction of ROS: the potential role of anti-oxidants in Barrett's oesophagus

An integrative genomic approach in oesophageal cells identifies TRB3 as a bile acid responsive gene, downregulated in Barrett's oesophagus, which regulates NF-κB activation and cytokine levels

P-187OCCURRENCE OF INVASIVE CANCER FOLLOWING ENDOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF BARRETT'S OESOPHAGUS WITH HIGH-GRADE DYSPLASIA AND INTRAMUCOSAL CANCER IN PHYSIOLOGICALLY FIT PATIENTS: TIME FOR A REVIEW OF SURVEILLANCE AND TREATMENT CRITERIA

 

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[N. R. Barrett (1903–79), British surgeon]A condition in which there is a change in the oesophageal epithelium from normal squamous to columnar due to damage caused by gastro-oesophageal reflux. In severe cases, acid erosion of enamel may be seen on the palatal surfaces of the upper teeth and on the occlusal and buccal surfaces of the lower teeth. Patients have a greatly increased risk of developing adenocarcinoma.

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