Barrett’s syndrome



barrett’s syndrome

Barrett’s syndrome Bar·rett’s syndrome (bār’ĭts)
n.
Chronic peptic ulcer of the lower esophagus due to the presence of columnar epithelium resembling the mucosa of the gastric cardia. Also called Barrett’s esophagus.

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