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A 56-year-old woman comes to the physician because ...

Helicobacter pylori

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submitted by ergogenic22(28),

mass in the esophagus with solid/liquid dysphagia. I'm not sure what the histo shows but on the bottom there are more flat cells and the top there are wider spaces within the cells with some fat, so I think it maybe a healing ulcer leading to a stricture.

anways other pathogens are more associated with other infections

A) gallstones and cholangiocarcinoma B) esophagitis c) liver abscess E) i think miliary TB can present in the liver





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submitted by ergogenic22(28),

mass in the esophagus with solid/liquid dysphagia. I'm not sure what the histo shows but on the bottom there are more flat cells and the top there are wider spaces within the cells with some fat, so I think it maybe a healing ulcer leading to a stricture.

anways other pathogens are more associated with other infections

A) gallstones and cholangiocarcinoma B) esophagitis c) liver abscess E) i think miliary TB can present in the liver