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Inflammed esophagus: Erythema means "redness." the gastroesophageal junction is the connection between esophagus and stomach. This area becomes red and irritated most typically in response to gerd (gastroesophageal reflux disease). Other things too can cause erythema, so ask your GI specialist who performed the endoscopy what his differential diagnosis includes as to what caused your "erythema.". ...Read more
In endoscopy test doctor found a nodule at gastroesophageal junction biopsy results may take some time so keen to know what is it is it normal
Prob benign: Most common nodules at ge junction are benign (not cancer or malignant) inflammatory nodules usually from chronic gastroesophageal reflux. Given your age this is far and away most likely cause. Cancer at ge junction can present as a nodule so biopsy is prudent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What means focal lymphoid aggregate in lamina propria in antrum of stomach and gastroesophageal junction? No metaplasia or dysplasia.
Not much: If there's a big patch of lymphocytes, it's often due to helicobacter. Your physician will look at the big picture. ...Read more
I have gastroesophageal reflex problem, so what food I should take in my entire life.Is it temporary disease or permanent?
Need for examination: How do you know that you have gastro-intestinal reflux (gerd)? How much do you weight? Do some foods cause more symptoms? Gerd can be due to many causes and each needs to be addressed diffently. See this site for more info and address the matter with your doctor. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/gerd/ds00967. ...Read more
Medication,foods: Gerd can be treat with medication ppi class such as prilocec alon with foods avoidance-chocolate, peppermint, fatty foods, spices ....You need to see doctor for proper evaluaion andtreatment. ...Read more
Diet & lifestyle: Meds only reduce the discomfort / injury associated with gerd. Dietary and behavior modification are what's needed to address gerd. Select better food, smaller portion and keeping your wt in check will serve you well long term. Occasional use of otc meds like Zantac (ranitidine) or Prilosec is fine but you need to see a doc if your problems persist. ...Read more