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What does whitish plaqueserosions at ge junction in a gastroscopy report mean ?

in a gastroscopy report what is the meaning of whitish plaqueserosions at ge junction age 44, male, RBBB only detected problem. presently having slight irritation and feeling of obstruction at times in throat , ex smoker quit smoking around 1 1/2 months back.i had taken a gastroscopy test today which says esophagus: whitish plaques, erosions at ge junction and also stomach: patchy erythema in the antrum. please help. thanks
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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You are having damage to food pipe and stomach due to excessive smoking. Have you lost weight. Stop smoking and drinking alcohol completely. Avoid spicy food. Eat bland diet with yoghurt, buttermilk, fresh fruits and vegetables.. Drink plenty of water. Mostly biopsy need to be taken from these sites for proper diagnosis of your problem. Since you have RBBB it could mean normal unless heart is damaged by other factors like smoking. Your stomach acidity is high. You will require PPI drugs which will reduce acidity. Follow up with your Doctor for proper diagnosis and management.
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