Barrett epithelium syndrome (esophagus) ulcer

Barrett epithelium syndrome (esophagus) ulcer
Bar·rett epithelium, syndrome (esophagus), ulcer (barґət) [Norman Rupert Barrett, English surgeon, 1903–1979] see under epithelium, syndrome, and ulcer.

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