Severe gaseous dilation of esophagus.

Posted by Ryman @ryman, Dec 16, 2020

I had a ct scan and one remark was “severe gaseous dilation of esophagus”. My doctor has not contacted me regarding this or several other results of the tests. I will be checking with her but wondered if anyone has had any experience with this. Thank you.

The one who helped me at Mayo MN was Dr Halland. An Esophagus specialist.. Very good..

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The one who helped me at Mayo MN was Dr Halland. An Esophagus specialist.. Very good..

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Thank you

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Hello @ryman

I just read your post and I'm was wondering if you have difficulty swallowing?

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Hi @ryman, I am also curious about the question that Teresa posed. Can you share a little more information regarding why you were having the CT in the first place and what they were looking for versus what they found? I am familiar with esophageal dilation, however, most of the time it is the procedure that the doctor uses to open up your esophagus when performing an EGD to get a better look with the scope.

@ryman Have you contacted your physician regarding the results yet? What did she say?

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@ryman

Hello @ryman,

As it has been a while since you last posted, I was wondering how you are doing? Did you get an answer to the results of the CT scan?

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