Date of Presentation:1/20/16

Attending pathologist: Benjamin Swanson, M.D., Ph.D.

Presented by: Benjamin Swanson, M.D., Ph.D.

Prepared by: Keluo Yao, M.D.

Organ:Esophagus

HISTORY:

The patient is middle aged male s/p kidney-pancreas transplant in 2012 who developed hematemesis, dysphagia, and LLL pneumonia. EGD showed esophagitis without bleeding.

What is the most likely etiology?

  1. Infectious
  2. Graft vs. Host
  3. Pill-induced
  4. Reflux/GERD
Pill-induced