Barrett epithelium

Bar·rett ep·i·the·li·um

(bar'ĕt),
columnar esophageal epithelium seen in Barrett syndrome.

Bar·rett ep·i·the·li·um

(bar'ĕt ep'i-thē'lē-ŭm)
Columnar esophageal epithelium seen in Barrett syndrome.

Barrett,

Norman Rupert, English surgeon, 1903-1979.
adenocarcinoma in Barrett esophagus - an adenocarcinoma arising in the lower third of the esophagus that has become columnar cell lined (Barrett mucosa) due to gastroesophageal reflux.
Barrett epithelium - columnar esophageal epithelium seen in Barrett syndrome.
Barrett esophagus - chronic peptic ulceration of the lower esophagus acquired as a result of long-standing chronic esophagitis. Synonym(s): Barrett syndrome; Barrett ulcer
Barrett syndrome - Synonym(s): Barrett esophagus
Barrett ulcer - Synonym(s): Barrett esophagus
Eagle-Barrett syndrome - Synonym(s): prune belly syndrome
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Staining pattern interpretation in Barrett epithelium can be problematic in certain instances, and adequate assessment relies on proper biopsy orientation with clear identification of both surface epithelium and deep glands and correlation with the hematoxylin-eosin stain to ensure presence of IM and absence of dysplasia.
7) Immunohistologic studies reveal a similarity between Barrett epithelium and inlet patch.
Lomo and colleagues, (8) using microdissection, immunohistochemical, molecular techniques, showed that what they called basal crypt dysplasia-like atypia was similar to conventional LGD and HGD rather than to nondysplastic Barrett epithelium.
There has not been proven to be a decrease in incidence in the development of esophageal cancer in patients who have undergone ablative therapies, although squamous epithelium can replace the Barrett epithelium.
Detection of a shared colon epithelial epitope on Barrett epithelium by a novel monoclonal antibody.