HERE IS A C/ O40 YRS MALEWOTH THE PROBLEM OF DIFFICULTY IN SWALLOWING. WHAT IS THE DIGNOSIS AND TREATMENT .....

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Looks more like growth esophagus. Get a UGIE AND biopsy and CECT thorax and abdomen. Further management depends on investigation nd biopsy report

Carcinoma oesophagus

Achalasia cardia

Ca esophagus

Preliminary diagnosis is Ca. Oesophagus lower thirds, with probable extension to GEJ & stomach. After evaluation of case with UGI Endoscopy & biopsy, imaging of chest and abdomen, the preferred line of management will be surgery followed by RT (if indicated)

P/0 achalasia cardia more likely, however ca.esophgus can not be ruled out. Upper g.i.endoscopy with biopsy is advised + CECT thorax & further management according to findings.

may .ca If difficulty in swallowing Vomiting What history Need feeding gegenastomy may needed further CECT abdomen With Fanc need to diagnosis

please get a upper GI endoscopy SOS biopsy and CECT Thorax + Abdomen done. Most likely CA Esophagus though rare in 4th decade.

More in favour of achalasia as per xray findings but still a doubtful at the lower end. So endoscopy with biopsy should be done

Features are s/o achlasia cardia However possibilities is Ca esophagus to be r/o adv cect thorax ,ugi endoscopy

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