285 - Esophagus Carcinoma

285 – Esophageal carcinoma

The bulging of the posterior wall “separates the longitudinal folds”, and is a necessary effect of the posterior extrinsic compressions.

In the case, a carcinoma of the esophagus exerts a notorious repercussion that, due to its contiguity, it produces on the trachea all the way to the carina, which is also affected.

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