BARRETT ESOPHAGUS

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BARRETT ESOPHAGUS by Mind Map: BARRETT ESOPHAGUS

1. Symptoms

1.1. Same as GERD

1.1.1. Heartburn

1.1.2. Difficulty swallowing

1.1.3. Chest pain

1.1.4. Sour tasting regurgitation

2. Risk Factors

2.1. same as GERD

2.1.1. Obesity

2.1.2. Medications

2.1.3. Hiatal hernias

2.1.4. Reduced tone of LES

2.2. Chronic GERD

2.3. Advanced age

2.4. Smoking

2.5. Those with family history

3. Diagnosis

3.1. Endoscopy

3.2. Biopsy

4. Treatments

4.1. Contained dysplasia

4.1.1. Radiofrequency ablation

4.1.2. Surgery

4.2. GERD's treatment

4.2.1. Antacid

4.2.2. PPI

4.2.3. H2 receptor blocker

5. Prevalence

5.1. Males > females

5.2. Caucasian ancestry

6. Complications

6.1. Progression to esophageal adenocarcinoma

6.2. Symptoms of progressed adenocarcinoma:

6.2.1. Dysphagia

6.2.2. Weight loss

6.2.3. Vomiting

6.2.4. Chest pain