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The purpose of this study is to get definite evidence for the effectiveness of a short preoperative inspiratory muscle training protocol on the level of sickness and recovery of patients who are having the surgical removal of a portion of the esophagus.
The Mayo Clinic Conduit Report Card Questionnaires have been created in order to have a consistent evaluation tool for patients undergoing esophagectomy or esophageal reconstruction.The information will be placed in a database for future research. It will be used to establish the validation of the Mayo Clinic Conduit Report Card Questionnaires. Data will also lead to the establishment of "normal" or expected scores for patients undergoing each type of esophagectomy procedure.
The aim of this study is to assess quality of life in patients following esophageal resection for achalasia.
The purpose of this study is to learn about why esophageal cancer develops. We would like to test the tissue to find out which way of saving esophageal tissue gives us the best information (DNA and RNA) to use for future studies and collect a blood sample to use as a comparison for normal and tumor DNA.
The purpose of this study is to better understand how esophageal cells change with age.
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