Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, June 22nd, 2008
"Although subjects with nonerosive reflux disease have no gross damage on endoscopy, a characteristic histopathologic feature of this disease is present on endoscopic biopsy. This lesion is known as ''dilated intercellular spaces,'' a finding present within squamous epithelium. This report details how acid in contact with a damaged esophageal epithelium leads to heartburn and to...
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