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Gastroesophageal Junction Adenocarcinoma
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
My brother is suffering from adenocarcinoma of ge junction. He is being treated by homoeopathic medicines. Is homeopathic treatment helpful?
Proven helpful: Homeopathy is not accepted by most conventional doctors but there are many patients proven to have had their cancers cured by homeopathy ; a surprising body of recent research showing clear benefits, both clinically ; in vitro. See http://bit.Ly/1ebx4ec for a thorough summary of recent research ; http://bit.Ly/1hqjoqq for a case report. That said, i would combine homeopathy with other treatments. ...Read more
My fil,68 yrs,biopsy report stating "well differentiated papillary adenocarcinoma" @ rectosigmoid junction. Dr suggests surgery -R we doing right ?
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
Cervix Ca: Villoglandular adenocarcinoma , also villoglandular papillary adenocarcinoma is a rare type of cervical cancer that, in relation to other cervical cancers, is typically found in younger women and has a better prognosis. A similar lesion may arise from the endometrium of the uterus.The signs and symptoms are similar to other cervical cancers and may include post-coital bleeding and/or pain during intercourse (dyspareunia). The diagnosis is based on tissue biopsy. The treatment is dependent on the stage. As the prognosis of this tumour is usually good, fertility sparing approaches may be treatment options ...Read more
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