Procedures to Remove the Mucus Lining. Various techniques or devices have been developed to remove the mucus lining of the esophagus. The intention is to remove early cancerous or precancerous tissue (high-grade dysplasia) and allow regrowth of new and hopefully healthy tissue in the esophagus.
Such techniques include photodynamic therapy (PDT), surgical removal of the abnormal lining, or ablation techniques, such as the use of laser, to destroy...Read more
Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER) is a common condition from infancy to adulthood. However, there are significant differences in the symptoms... Read more »
Acid reflux is not limited to the United States. Parents and support groups from around the world contact us with questions about acid... Read more »
Medications are often used to treat infant acid reflux and can have a very important place in the treatment plan. If you are looking for... Read more »
This is part 2 of a 3-part series on Acid Reflux. See Part I: Your Baby and Acid Reflux See Part III: Acid Reflux in Adults Going to... Read more »
The person with the most replaced parts wins and now the joint replacement race does not stop with hips, knees or shoulders. Spinal discs are the... Read more »