Procedures and Therapies

Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy ablation destroys the abnormal lining of the esophagus by exposing cells to extreme cold using liquid nitrogen. It is a new technique which is done during an EGD (upper endoscopy). Candidates for cryotherapy ablation are patients who have: A) Barrett’s esophagus with high-grade dysplasia or B) early stage esophageal cancer not amenable to standard therapies including surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation.
 
 
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Dr. Mallat recently participated in a multi-center study on the efficacy of cryotherapy for treating a pre-cancerous condition of the esophagus (known as Barrett’s esophagus). Cryotherapy is the application of a freezing mist...
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