Otto, German pathologist, 1860-1933. See: Lubarsch crystals.
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However, Lubarsch who described its histologic features classified it as carcinoma in 1888 (3).
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In 1901, Lubarsch (75) was the first to use the term esophagitis cystica to indicate what today is referred to as esophageal intramural pseudodiverticulosis (Figure 13).
First described over 100 years ago by Lubarsch, they tend to behave in a more indolent progression than adenocarcinomas [1].