By Jovitas Skucas
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A transabdominal laparoscopic technique is gaining popularity. The operation consists of dividing the lower esophageal circular muscles. An antireﬂux procedure such as a fundoplication is often added. Whether adoption of a laparoscopic approach will lead to an earlier surgical referral for these patients, who often undergo multiple endoscopic dilations, remains to be seen. On a long-term basis, an esophageal stricture, presumably secondary to reﬂux, is a complication of a myotomy performed for achalasia.
A,B: Two patients with primary esophageal malignant melanoma. Both tumors have an intraluminal polypoid appearance. Linear ulcers or ﬁssures are evident in one (B). None resulted in lumen obstruction. C: Oral contrast-enhanced CT reveals an intraluminal tumor (arrow). Contrast surrounds this primary esophageal malignant melanoma. (From Gollub MJ, Prowda JC. Primary melanoma of the esophagus: radiologic and clinical ﬁndings in six patients. ) Metastases or Direct Invasion The esophagus is involved either by direct invasion from adjacent structures or metastases.
A rare malignant ﬁbrous histiocytoma presents as a soft tissue polyp. A carcinosarcoma is uncommon in the esophagus. Histologically, these tumors show elements of both squamous cell carcinoma and sarcoma. Histogenesis is believed to involve metaplasia of some carcinomatous cells toward mesenchymal differentiation. Only rarely is a carcinosarcoma a result of simultaneous adjacent tumor development from both epithelial and mesenchymal tissue, identiﬁed by distinct immunoreactive and genetic clonalities in the two components.