Primary Motility  Disorders of the  Esophagus
 The Esophageal
 Mucosa
 The
 Esophagogastric  Junction
 Barrett's
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OESO©2015
 
Volume: The Esophageal Mucosa
Chapter: Stenoses
 


77. What type of mild stenoses may reverse with medical therapy only, without dilatation?
J.E. Richter (Birmingham, Alabama)

78. What is the histology of an esophageal stricture before and after dilatation?
K. Jeyasingham (Bristol)

79. Are there histological characteristics that might help in selecting the dilating equipment or dilatation techniques?
H. Aste, M. Conio, M. Picasso (Genoa)

80. At what histologic stage are mucosal strictures irreversible?
K. Geboes, J. Mebis (Leuven)

81. Is esophageal dilatation easily carried out as an outpatient procedure?
O. Ekberg (Malmö)

82. What factors make it essential to consider resection?
M.B. Orringer (Ann Arbor)

83. What are the residual indications of esophagectomy in reference to the other therapies?
JM. Collard, M. Kint, J.B. Otte, PJ. Kestens (Brussels)


Publication date: May 1994 OESO©2015