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Eosinophilic esophagitis is an allergic inflammatory disorder of the esophagus and occurs when eosinophils, which are white blood cells that manifest during allergic reactions, cause inflammation and scarring along the lining of the esophagus, sometimes making it difficult to swallow.
If we suspect your child may have an eosinophilic disorder, our team will perform an evaluation to obtain a definitive diagnosis. From there, our specialists will work to find the right treatment plan for your child.
At Comer Children's, your child benefits from the combined expertise of many of the nation's leading specialists in gastrointestinal diseases. Our gastroenterologists are nationally and internationally recognized for providing breakthrough care of complex digestive diseases.Meet Our GI Team