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This is a case of a 64-year-old man who was investigated for dysphagia and a single episode of haematemsis. He had five oesophagoscopic examinations that showed extensive candidiasis (fig 1). Unfortunately, there was no narrow band imaging facility on endoscopy and tumour markers were not performed as the initial impression was of a chronic peptic ulcer with stricture. Biopsies from multiple sites showed chronic inflammatory changes with …
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