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Complications of pneumatic dilation appear to be underestimated and underreported. A complaint of prolonged postdilation chest pain suggests a perforation. Some patients develop a diverticular-like outpouchings at the gastric cardia, and dilation should be approached cautiously in the presence of a diverticulum close to the lower esophageal sphincter due to an increased risk of perforation. Most gastroenterologists believe that a Heller myotomy is the surgical procedure of choice only after failure of medical therapy.
Recurrent cancer at gastroesophageal anastomosis. A gastric cardia adenocarcinoma had been resected previously. Although leiomyomas are common in the esophagus, sarcomatous degeneration is not. Most sarcomas present as large bulky tumors varying in size. Their growth rate is variable, although most are slow-growing. The distinction between a leiomyoma and a leiomyosar- Typical metastases are to mediastinal, cervical, and abdominal lymph nodes. Endoscopic US is an option for early detection of locally recurrent cancer.
An occasional carcinoma is linked to prior radiation therapy to this region. Increased prevalence is found in patients with achalasia, Plummer-Vincent syndrome, a caustic stricture, or tylosis (keratopalmar keratosis), an autosomal condition. Simultaneous esophageal squamous cell carcinoma and gastric adenocarcinoma have developed, but whether these have been by chance is conjecture. In a rare patient intramural pseudodiverticulosis is associated with an esophageal carcinoma. Esophageal squamous cell carcinoma exhibits considerable variability throughout the world.