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The distal 3–4 cm of the segment in Paull et al. consisted of cardiac and oxyntocardiac epithelia . The goal of treating reflux with acid suppressive drugs is to alkalinize gastric juice; the unintended consequence of this is that the esophagus is exposed to alkalinized material during reflux. This results in increased prevalence and extent of intestinal metaplasia in the columnar lined segment. Carcinogenesis in Columnar Lined Esophagus The only epithelium in the esophagus that is susceptible to carcinogenesis is intestinal epithelium .
In: Chandrasoma PT, DeMeester TR, editors. GERD: reflux to esophageal adenocarcinoma. San Diego: Academic; 2006. p. 89–106. 46. Chandrasoma PT, DeMeester TR. Chapter 9: the pathology of reflux disease at a cellular level: part 2 – evolution of cardiac mucosa to oxyntocardiac mucosa and intestinal metaplasia. In: Chandrasoma PT, DeMeester TR, editors. GERD: reflux to esophageal adenocarcinoma. San Diego: Academic; 2006. p. 169–200. 26 47. Yamanaka Y, Shiotani A, Fujimura Y, Ishii M, Fujita M, Matsumoto H, Tarumi K, Kamada T, Hata J, Haruma K.