Esophageal Cancer left
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Esophageal mucosal ulcer (esophageal squamous ulcer) upper ⅔, left side of organ
not wanting to swallow a morsel, wanting to spit it out again.
- for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
- for the left-handed person concerning partner
HH fronto parietal-basal right
Ulcers in the upper esophageal region (upper 2/3). Since the squamous epithelium is very thick here, it takes 6 to 10 months before deep , visible ulcers are detectable gastroscopically. The esophagus is divided with respect to innervation (nervous supply), right and left are innervated crossed. Swallowing spasms.
Swallowing stenoses. In this phase, the diagnosis is usually “papswallow stenosis” on X-ray. Now one would actually only have to wait for the end of the healing phase since nothing more can actually happen. If the conflict lasts for a long time and/or is very intense, the swelling may cause swallowing difficulties. This can be remedied using a stomach tube through the nose for 2-3 months until the swelling has subsided.
Ulcerative widening of the esophageal diameter.
Esophageal squamous ulcer, upper 2/3