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Oesophageal Glycogenic Acanthosis
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Glycogenic Acanthosis are small discrete elevations in the oesophageal mucosa. They have a whiter colour than the surrounding mucosa, due to a high content of glycogen. They do not have any clinical significance, and there is no need for biopsy or therapy.