erosive esophagitis -> διαβρωτική οισοφαγίτιδα
Stomach acid is harsh, and the lining of your esophagus is delicate. That's why you may experience heartburn when acid backs up (refluxes) into your esophagus. If acid reflux continues without being treated, it can cause tissue damage over time in the lining of the esophagus, resulting in a condition called erosive esophagitis.
If erosive esophagitis is present, there can be breaks or erosions in the lining of the esophagus. EE is a potentially serious condition, but with treatment, the erosions can heal.http://www.purplepill.com/acid-reflux-disease/erosive-esophagitis.aspx