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Histopathological Analysis of Esophageal Mucosa in Patients with Achalasia

Lee BE, Kim GH, Shin N, Park DY, Song GA

Background/Aims: Achalasia is an esophageal motor disorder that leads to functional esophageal obstruction. Food stasis and bacterial fermentation can predispose an individual to esophageal mucosal inflammation, causing multifocal dysplasia and...
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Video-Assisted Thoracic Surgery Intrathoracic Anastomosis Technique

Seong YW

The extracorporeal anastomosis technique for video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) intrathoracic esophagogastric anastomosis is a convenient, easy technique to use in VATS esophagectomy. The surgeon can assess the viability and the...
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Current Status of Image-Enhanced Endoscopy for Early Identification of Esophageal Neoplasms

Kim SH, Hong SJ

Advanced esophageal cancer is known to have a poor prognosis. The early detection of esophageal neoplasms, including esophageal dysplasia and early esophageal cancer, is highly important for the accurate treatment...
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Clinical Significance of TWIST-Positive Circulating Tumor Cells in Patients with Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Lee HJ, Kim GH, Park SJ, Kwon CH, Lee MW, Lee BE, Baek DH, I H

Background/Aims: Unlike other gastrointestinal tract cancers, there are relatively few reports on the clinical significance of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) and TWIST, a marker of epithelial-mesenchymal transition, in patients with...
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Ampulla of Vater metastasis from squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus

Son JH, Lee JS, Kim JW, Kim NH, Kim HS, Lee YS

Esophageal cancer is one of the lethal malignant tumors because it is often diagnosed in the advanced stage with lymph node or distant metastasis. The recurrence rate of esophageal cancer...
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Robotic Intraoperative Tracheobronchial Repair during Minimally Invasive 3-Stage Esophagectomy

Marano A, Palagi S, Pellegrino L, Borghi F

Tracheobronchial injury (TBI) is an uncommon but potentially fatal event. Iatrogenic lesions during bronchoscopy, endotracheal intubation, or thoracic surgery are considered the most common causes of TBI. When TBI is...
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Pseudomyogenic Hemangioendothelioma Involving the Esophagus: A Case Report

Fadi Diab AR, Daradkeh SS, Hassouneh AM, Alabbadi AM

Herein, we describe the case of a 20-year-old woman who presented with dysphagia of 2 months’ duration associated with vomiting, moderate abdominal pain, decreased oral intake, and significant weight loss....
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Factors Affecting Blood Loss During Thoracoscopic Esophagectomy for Esophageal Carcinoma

Urabe M, Ohkura Y, Haruta S, Ueno M, Udagawa H

Background: Major intraoperative hemorrhage reportedly predicts unfavorable survival outcomes following surgical resection for esophageal carcinoma (EC). However, the factors predicting the amount of blood lost during thoracoscopic esophagectomy have yet...
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Hyperfractionated radiotherapy for re-irradiation of recurrent esophageal cancer

Takeda K, Matsushita H, Umezawa R, Yamamoto T, Ishikawa Y, Takahashi N, Suzuki Y, Jingu K

Purpose: Re-irradiation is a treatment option for recurrent esophageal cancer patients with a history of radiotherapy, but there is a risk of severe late adverse effects. This study focused on...
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Is Hypertrophic or Keloid Wound Scar a Risk Factor for Stricture at Esophagogastric Anastomosis Site after Esophageal Cancer Operation?

Seong YW, Kim JH, Ok YJ, Oh SJ, Choi JS, Lee JS, Moon HJ

Background/Aims: Anastomotic stricture at the esophagus and the conduit anastomosis site after the surgical resection of esophageal cancer is relatively common. This study examined whether a hypertrophic scar or keloid...
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Delayed Gastric Emptying after Esophagectomy: Management and Prevention

Yang HC, Choi JH, Kim MS, Lee JM

The quality of life associated with eating is becoming an increasingly significant problemfor patients who undergo esophagectomy as a result of the improved survival rate afteresophageal cancer surgery. Delayed gastric...
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Reflux Following Esophagectomy for Esophageal Cancer

Cho JH

Gastroesophageal reflux is a common problem after gastroesophageal resection and reconstruction,despite the routine prescription of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs). Resectionof the lower esophageal sphincter and excision of the vagus nerve...
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Fistulas between the Esophagus and Adjacent Vital Organs in Esophageal Cancer

Cho S

Esophageal fistulas may occur in an advanced stage or as a potentially life-threateningcomplication of treatment. They can be divided into esophageal-respiratory and esophageal-aorta fistulas. The diagnosis is confirmed with fluoroscopy...
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Chyle Leakage after Esophageal Cancer Surgery

Yang YH, Park SY, Kim DJ

Surgeons recommend dissecting lymph nodes in the thorax, abdomen, and neck duringsurgery for esophageal cancer because of the possibility of metastasis to the lymph nodesin those areas through the lymphatic...
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The Role of Modern Radiotherapy Technology in the Treatment of Esophageal Cancer

Moon SH, Suh YG

Radiation therapy (RT) has improved patient outcomes, but treatment-related complicationrates remain high. In the conventional 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional conformalRT (3D-CRT) era, there was little room for toxicity reduction because of...
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Adjuvant Therapy for Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Sun JM

Adjuvant therapy for completely resected esophageal squamous cell carcinoma is lesscommonly applied in clinical practice than neoadjuvant therapy, but it plays a substantialrole in improving survival for esophageal cancer patients....
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The Current Evidence on Neoadjuvant Therapy for Locally Advanced Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Oh D, Kim JH

Surgical resection is the mainstay of treatment for locally advanced esophageal cancer.Neoadjuvant therapy is recommended to improve survival, based on the results of severalrandomized trials and meta-analyses. However, controversy remains...
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Clinical Factors to Predict the Response to Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy and Survival in Esophageal Cancer Patients

Nam SY, Jeon SW, Lee SJ, Kwon YH, Lee HS, Kim SK

Background/Aims: Several clinical factors have been used to predict the response for concurrent chemoradiotherapy (CCRT); however, these factors are insufficient for prognostic predictions. We investigated clinical factors to assess whether...
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Superficial Esophageal Cancer Treated with Multidisciplinary Care: A Case Report

Oh GM, Park MI, Jung KW, Kang SM, Son MY, Kim JH, Moon W, Park SJ

  • KMID: 2503590
  • J Dig Cancer Rep.
  • 2020 Jun;8(1):71-75.
Esophageal cancer is easy to infiltrate and metastasize because esophagus does not have serosa, and is difficult to remove it because esophagus is in the middle of the chest. Because...
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A Collision Tumor of the Esophagus: Mixed Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Neuroendocrine Carcinoma

Choe AR, Shim KN, Lim J, Song EM, Tae CH, Jung SA, Jo MS

Collision tumors are extremely rare, and currently, no therapeutic protocols are established. A 64-year-old man presented to his physician with complaints of right chest and abdominal pain. The contrast-enhanced CT...
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