Video: Cryotherapy of the esophagus

Cryotherapy cure for Barrett’s esophagus works by using serious cold to wipe out abnormal cells. A thin tube, or catheter, is guided by way of an endoscope to the website of the abnormal cells. Your doctor sprays liquid nitrogen onto the tissue to freeze it and wipe out the cells. Cryotherapy may well be repeated a range of situations, with a month or two in in between solutions.