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Spontaneous esophageal perforation related to fungal esophagitis

, : Spontaneous esophageal perforation related to fungal esophagitis. Orvosi Hetilap 133(51): 3257-3259

The authors give account of spontaneous esophageal perforation developed on the basis of fungal oesophagitis. The lesion of the lower third of the esophagus classified as grade 4. on Kodsi classification displayed the same picture as an advanced esophageal cancer. They review signs, symptoms and varieties in macroscopic appearance of esophageal candidiasis. They warn that in case of a spontaneous perforation of "malignant" esophageal tumor with no preceding signs the rare condition of fungal esophagitis must certainly be considered.


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