Eosinophilic Esophagitis in Children from Western Saudi Arabia: Relative Frequency, Clinical, Pathological, Endoscopic, and Immunological Study
Endoscopic abnormalities seen in our patients. (a) Longitudinal furrows and edema giving the wrinkled appearance (patient 12). (b) Patchy specks or exudates mimicking esophageal candidiasis (patient 13). (c) Ring stricture at the lower esophagus (patient 14). (d) Crepe-paper mucosa in a narrow lumen esophagus (arrow) (patient 18).
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