Esophagitis care at Mayo Clinic

Your Mayo Clinic care team

Mayo Clinic doctors from a number of specialties diagnose and treat esophagitis. Doctors trained in digestive diseases, allergies, and heart surgery work together as a team to provide coordinated, comprehensive care for people who have esophagitis. Virtually every test and treatment for esophagitis is available in one convenient location. Treatment can involve lifestyle changes, medications and surgery.

Advanced diagnosis and treatment

Mayo Clinic specialists are skilled at distinguishing between various causes of esophagitis. Mayo Clinic researchers were among the first in the United States to recognize eosinophilic esophagitis as a new disease.

Nationally recognized expertise

Mayo Clinic gastroenterologists and cardiac surgeons have extensive experience treating people with all types of esophagitis, including eosinophilic esophagitis and reflux, drug-induced and infectious esophagitis. Mayo doctors evaluate and treat more than 6,600 people each year with esophagitis.

Según la clasificación de los mejores hospitales realizada por U.S. News & World Report, Mayo Clinic de Rochester, Minnesota, ocupa el puesto n.º 1 en la atención de trastornos digestivos. Según la clasificación de los mejores hospitales realizada por U.S. News & World Report, Mayo Clinic de Scottsdale, Arizona, y Mayo Clinic de Jacksonville, Florida, ocupan los primeros puestos en la atención de trastornos digestivos. Mayo Clinic también ocupa los primeros puestos en la atención de trastornos digestivos en la clasificación de los mejores hospitales infantiles.

Centros, viajes y alojamiento

Mayo Clinic tiene importantes sedes en Phoenix y Scottsdale, Arizona; Jacksonville, Florida; y Rochester, Minnesota. El Sistema de Salud de Mayo Clinic tiene docenas de instalaciones en diversos estados.

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