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Obstructive and Vascular Diseases
In this lecture ´´Esophageal Disorders´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Obstructive and Vascular Diseases´´. At first, educator tells about esophagus. After that obstructive and vascular diseases are discussed. Then mechanical obstruction is reported. Hiatal hernia is explained later on. Moving onward, functional obstruction is pursued. Next, diagnosis of achalasia is carried out. Following this, ectopia is discussed. Afterwards, esophageal varices are elaborated. Alongside morphology of esophageal varices is elucidated. Lastly, its clinical features are highlighted.
Section two is about ‘’Esophagitis’’. In the beginning, esophagitis is introduced. Then esophageal lacerations are explained. Discussion continues on Mallory-Weiss Tears. Following this, chemical esophagitis is pursued. Infectious esophagitis is discussed later on. Next subject of elucidation is esophageal candidiasis. Educator reveals information about viral esophagitis. In the ned, Mallory-Weiss Syndrome comes under consideration.
Section three is about ‘’Reflux Esophagitis’’. In the first few slide of this section educator explains reflux esophagitis. After that its pathogenesis is discussed. Then it morphology is pursued. Lastly, information is revealed about clinical features and treatment.
Eosinophilic and Barret Esophagitis
Section four is about ‘’Eosinophilic and Barret Esophagitis’’. Initially, eosinophilic esophagitis is elucidated along with its histopathology. Then Barret esophagus is explained. Next is the illustration of its morphology. Later on, clinical features and treatment is discussed. At last, educator talks about Barret esophagus leading to adrenocarcinoma.
Section five is about ‘’Esophageal Tumors’’. Earlier in this section, esophageal tumors are introduced. After that educator comprehensively explains adenocarcinoma. Its pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features are discussed in succession. Furthermore, squamous cell carcinoma comes under consideration. Likewise, its pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features are discussed one at a time.