Case 377

Case 377

Medical History

A 59-year-old woman presented with approximately 25 years of progressive dysphagia to liquids and solids, without investigation or previous treatments. History of mild persistent asthma that worsened in the last few months, with loss of weight and frequent crisis of dyspnea and regurgitation, especially after meals. Barium swallow is shown (images 1 and 2).

Considering the clinical and radiological findings, what is the most likely diagnosis?

Test Question

(EBSERH - Antônio Pedro University Hospital HUAP - 2019) Regarding esophageal diverticula (ED), choose the right option.