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Barrett's esophagus, persistent low-grade dysplasia increase high-grade dysplasia, cancer risk

04 Feb 2016
The risk for progression to high-grade dysplasia and esophageal adenocarcinoma was found to be increased in patients with both Barrett’s esophagus and confirmed persistent low-grade dysplasia.Peter D. Siersema, MD, PhD, chief of the department of g...

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