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Is it best to treat and monitor Barrett's esophagus regularly, or should the dysplasia be removed?
— Roseann, New York
Barrett's esophagus is diagnosed when the normal squamous cells lining the bottom of the esophagus change into abnormal cells, often as a result of GERD. This change in cells is known as dysplasia and constitutes a precancerous condition of the esophagus. For this reason, many patients with Barrett's esophagus undergo screening at regular intervals, though it has not yet been clearly shown that this type of screening necessarily saves lives. Barrett's esophagus is a very common condition in the United States, but surgery is not necessary unless high-grade (severe) dysplasia is found.
Video: Treatments for Barrett's Esophagus, Dysplasia, Esophagus Cancer (adenocarcinoma) - Mayo Clinic
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