Celestin tube

Ce·les·tin tube

(sel-es-tan[h]'),
a plastic tube introduced through a tumor in the esophagus; it permits swallowing of certain substances.

Celestin,

Felix, French physician, 1900–.
Celestin tube - a plastic tube introduced through a tumor in the esophagus.
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Surgical treatment has the most favorable prognosis, but endoscopic occlusion with silver nitrate, biological glue, or a Celestin tube is also an option if a patient cannot tolerate a surgical procedure [14]