Esophagus endoscopic ultrasound is the study of the structure of the esophageal tube using endoscopic (intraluminal) ultrasound. Allows for clarifying diagnostics for varicose veins, diverticula, tumors, strictures, extraorgan compression of the esophagus. Endoscopic ultrasound is indispensable in determining the depth of tumor invasion, conducting differential diagnosis between benign and malignant neoplasms, and assessing regional metastasis. Various therapeutic and diagnostic interventions (vein sclerosis, esophageal stenting) can be performed under endoscopic ultrasound control.
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Author: Artur Kh.
General Practitioner. Work experience in medicine - 7 years. I consider it necessary to constantly educate myself and improve my skills, I adhere to the principles of evidence-based medicine in my work, I am guided by the well-known rule "Do no harm". My credo in life is "If you want to do something well, do it yourself."