Barrett esophagus (BE) is the result of chronic acid reflux, but it is usually not associated with dysphagia, especially in a young person. The diagnosis of BE is suggested by endoscopic findings of salmon-colored mucosa at the gastroesophageal junction compared with the normal pearl-colored squamous mucosa and is confirmed histologically by the presence of specialized intestinal metaplasia with acid-mucin–containing goblet cells
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