Treatment Options Overview

When Acid Reflux begins to cause normal esophageal tissue to change into intestinal tissue, it is referred to as Barret's Esophagus. The type of treatment recommended depends on the degree of dysplasia (abnormal changes in the cells of the lower esophagus noted either endoscopic exam or confirmed via biopsy).

Utilizing the most advanced diagnostic and treatment modalities, the Hoag Digestive Disease Center, in alliance with USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, provides a full spectrum of care for patients with gastroesophageal conditions, including innovative treatments that enable Hoag patients to achieve some of the highest clinical outcomes in the nation.

The Hoag-USC Surgical Center offers various treatment options for both dysplasia and non-dysplasia.