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Explain abnormal cells in your esoficous where it enters your stomach?

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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
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In brief: Esophagus?

I assume you are referring to abnormal cells to the esophagus.
Although vague, abnormal cells could refer to inflammed cells (due to acid irritation), pre-cancerous cells (barrett's esophagitis) or even cancer cells from esophageal cancer. These are often caused by chronic acid irritation due to acid reflux.

In brief: Esophagus?

I assume you are referring to abnormal cells to the esophagus.
Although vague, abnormal cells could refer to inflammed cells (due to acid irritation), pre-cancerous cells (barrett's esophagitis) or even cancer cells from esophageal cancer. These are often caused by chronic acid irritation due to acid reflux.
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