Short segment Barrett's esophagus.
A 56 year-old female complained of heartburn and oral acid regurgitation. She had been pretreated with omeprazole and at the time of endoscopy her symptoms had improved. No active esophageal erosion could be identified but a small tongue of columnar epithelium extended up from the gastro-esophageal mucosal junction. Biopsies showed intestinal differentiation confirming short segment Barrett's esophagus.
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