You guessed it right without the need for other cluesIs this Barret's Esopahagus? A little more in the question stem would have helped
None, this is my work onlyCan I ask where did you get the question from, which bank?
I've taken the picture from this wikipedia pagethis pic was taken from robbins
nice way to answer!I said it metaplasia, because there was substernal pain, which indicates stomach or lower esophagus problem commonly, and slide showedd columnal cells with glands. normally esophagus has squamous cells and stomach has cuboidals cell, so in this slide there are columnal(intestinals) cells which mean it is metaplasia.