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U.K. Statistics Confirm Efficacy of Radiofrequency Ablation for Barrett’s Esophagus

When it comes to Barrett’s esophagus, one of the primary goals of treatment is to prevent or slow the development of the condition. Treatment options include minimally invasive techniques and surgery, while some doctors choose endoscopic surveillance to monitor the progression to cancer. Many recent studies have recognize radiofrequency ablation as an effective form of treatment for Barrett’s esophagus. In recent data, from a U.K. National Halo RFA 
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Surprising Signs of Acid Reflux

Barrett’s esophagus prevention starts with accurately diagnosing and treating acid reflux, also known as heartburn. Acid reflux is a common problem that’s not always simple to detect. In many instances, a patient may confuse reflux for another medical condition. The truth is, some acid reflux symptoms are less obvious than others. Further, when left untreated, 
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How Does RFA Treatment Help Prevent Esophageal Cancer?

Radiofrequency ablation therapy (RFA) remains one of the best treatments for Barrett’s esophagus, a condition occurs when the cells in your lower esophagus become damaged. Over time, if Barrett’s esophagus is left untreated, it can lead to complications including esophageal cancer. RFA is used to treat Barrett’s Esophagus, and therefore helps reduce the risk of 
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Radiofrequency Ablation for Dysplastic Barrett’s Esophagus

Barrett’s esophagus is a condition in which the normal tissue lining the esophagus (the tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach) transforms to resemble the tissue that lines the intestines.  While most patients with Barrett’s esophagus will not develop cancer, in some patients a precancerous change in the tissue called dysplasia will 
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U.K. Statistics Confirm Efficacy of Radiofrequency Ablation Therapy for Barrett’s Esophagus

When it comes to Barrett’s esophagus, one of the primary goals of treatment is to prevent or slow the development of the condition. Treatment options include minimallyinvasive techniques and surgery, while some doctors choose endoscopic surveillance to monitor the progression to cancer. Many recent studies have identified radiofrequency ablation as an effective form of treatment for Barrett’s esophagus. In recent data, from a U.K. National Halo RFA Registry, 
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Treat Barrett’s Esophagus with Radiofrequency Ablation Therapy (RFA)

At the Barrett’s Esophagus Center of Excellence, we offer the most cutting-edge technology in Barrett’s esophagus treatment in LA. Our Los Angeles gastroenterologists (GI doctors) attended some of the top medical training programs in the country, and they specialize in the treatment of Barrett’s esophagus with a minimally invasive treatment known as radiofrequency ablation therapy 
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6 Ways to Limit Risk of Barrett’s Esophagus and Cancer

A recent study reported that Americans spend an average of $2.5 billion each year on over-the-counter heartburn remedies and antacids. While occasional heartburn is rarely cause for alarm, if you’re experiencing continuous acid reflux you may be at risk for more serious conditions of the esophagus including GERD, Barrett’s esophagus and even esophageal cancer. The 
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5 Types of People at Risk of Developing Barrett’s Esophagus

According to a recent report, one in ten Americans suffers from heartburn at least once a week. While occasional acid reflux is not uncommon, in some cases heartburn can point to a more serious health condition like Barrett’s esophagus. A disease in which overexposure to stomach acid causes damage to the esophagus, Barrett’s can lead 
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