, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 377-381

Revised radiologic concepts of the Barrett esophagus

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Abstract

The radiologic findings in 39 cases of histologically proven Barrett esophagus are reviewed. Esophageal strictures were not found in 18% of the cases, and when present were more often distally located. Esophageal ulcers were found in only 46% of the patients. In 13% of the cases neither ulcer nor stricture was found. The majority (72%) of these cases did not fit the classic stereotype of high esophageal stricture and/or ulcer.

Presented at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society, Boston, Massachusetts, October 1977