Esophagus

For the demonstration of tracheoesophageal fistulas or infiltrating tumors, the esophagus should be left attached to the medi-astinal organs. Tracheoesophageal fistulas are demonstrated by opening the esophagus along its posterior wall and opening the trachea anteriorly (Chapter 4, Fig. 4-1). Infiltrating tumors are best demonstrated by cutting properly oriented sections through the previously fixed mediastinal organs. Intraluminal tumors or strictures are well-displayed on fixed specimens.

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