Squamous papilloma of esophagus

Chief Complaint A 42 y/o female presents with the complaint of abdominal pain for 3 days. The pain is continuous in nature which lasts for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Happens 3-4 times a day. History She gives history of brown-black skin lesions for the past 2 years which has not been diagnosed. She has diabetes & hypertension, managed by medication. She does not drink or smoke. Investigations Blood report is normal. Chest x-ray was within normal limits. UGI endoscopy shows diffuse round pinkish sessile mass was noted with numerous finger-like projections in the whole esophagus. Biopsy report shows squamous papilloma. Treatment What should be the treatment plan for the case?

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SUGGESTIVE. OF SQUAMOUS. CELL. . PAPILLOMA... OF ESOPHAGUS... SINCE... THE. PATIENT. IS. ALSO. GIVING. THE. HISTORY. OF... ... BROWN- BLACK. SKIN. LESIONS... SO NEEDS.... FURTHER. EVALUATION TO RULE. OUT... MALIGNANT. CHANGES. AND. METASTASES....

Squamous cell papilloma. Surgical intervention like resection of the distal oesophagus.

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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