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Esophagus, lower 1/3rd part
See also: deep oral mucosa, deep nasal and pharyngeal mucosa, oral and pharyngeal mucosa.
Having a (food) lump to grab but not being able to swallow (right), i.e. wanting to swallow something but not being able or allowed to. Often it concerns a house or car or something similar, the purchase of which unexpectedly does not go through, for example.
The upper 2/3 of the esophagus is lined with squamous epithelium of the ectoderm: the superficial esophageal mucosa. In this case it is something that is forced upon you, it is forced down your throat against your will. So you prefer to spit it out, get rid of it.
CA phase
Function increase, cell increase of esophageal mucosa for better digestion.
Biological utility
Feed chunk better to swallow, better to digest.
1. Cells of secretory quality: better digestion of the kibble due to cauliflower-like tissue growth for the production of more digestive juices.
2. Cells of resorptive quality: able to better control and absorb the contents of the chunk. Flat tissue growth.
None, with prolonged or intense conflict possible narrowing of the esophagus due to tissue growth of the secretory type, making swallowing difficult.
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Degradation of extra cells by fungi or TB bacteria, if present.
Extreme fatigue and smelly night sweat, pain behind sternum, fever, smelly mouth. Due to healing swelling (more) difficulty swallowing solid food, gets much worse with syndrome. Danger of undetected blood loss, watch for black stools!
For acute bleeding: surgery.
Strong pain, giving up blood, chills.
Many relapses: enlarged and fused blood vessels in esophageal mucosa, blood vessel scar tissue.