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Benign Esophageal Neoplasms

Description of the disease

Benign esophageal neoplasms are tumors that are non-cancerous and usually do not spread to other organs. They can arise from various tissues of the esophagus.


Benign esophageal neoplasms can be of various types, such as polyps, adenomas, fibromas, and others.


Symptoms of benign esophageal neoplasms may include dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), pain when swallowing, vomiting, hemoptysis, and other symptoms related to esophageal dysfunction.


The causes of benign esophageal neoplasms may be related to genetic factors, trauma, prolonged exposure to irritants on the esophageal mucosa.


Endoscopy, biopsy, computed tomography, and other diagnostic methods may be used to diagnose benign esophageal neoplasms.


Treatment of benign esophageal neoplasms may include surgical removal of the tumor, laser therapy, chemotherapy, radiation, and other methods depending on the type and stage of the disease.


Prevention of benign esophageal neoplasms includes a healthy lifestyle, avoiding irritants on the esophagus, and regular check-ups with a doctor.


For the diagnosis and treatment of benign esophageal neoplasms, it is necessary to consult a gastroenterologist or oncologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.