O.K. Yutsevich, S.S. Pirogov, N.N. Volchenko, A.B. Ryabov, I.B. Perfilev, V.V. Varvarin, A.D. Kaprin
P.A. Herzen Moscow Cancer Research Institute ― branch of National Medical Research Radiology Center, Moscow
Yutsevich Olga K. — postgraduate student of the Department of Endoscopy P.A. Herzen Moscow Cancer Research Institute ― branch of National Medical Research Radiology Center
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Abstract. Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the incidence of esophagogastric junction cancer. Since most of these tumors are detected at late stage, the 5-year survival rate of such patients remains low. Therefore, endoscopic diagnosis of early esophago-gastric junction cancer is one of the most important in modern endoscopy and oncology. Due to the development of modern endoscopic technologies, there has been an increase in the diagnosing such tumors at an early stage. All of this together means we need to update the treatment tactics in such patients. The team of authors aims not only to identify possible discrepancies in examination of patient with suspected early neoplasia, but also to demonstrate a rare complication of endoscopic intraluminal surgery.
Key words: early esophagogastric junction cancer, endoscopic submucosal dissection, ESD, dysphagia, complication.