Forty-one specimens taken from lesions in the post-cricoid region of patients with the Paterson-Kelly syndrome have been examined. Most webs consist of normal oesophageal mucosa which may be associated with underlying muscle and nerve lesions. Strictures also show a chronic non-specific inflammation often with epithelial changes and sometimes squamous carcinoma. Other lesions observed clinically have also shown malignant change.
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