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The following Conditions are related to Dysphagia

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  • Esophageal aperistalsis

    Achalasia symptoms generally appear gradually and worsen over time. Signs and symptoms may include: Inability to swallow (dysphagia), which may feel like food or drink is stuck in your throat Regurgitating food or saliva Heartburn Belching Chest pain that comes and goes Coughing at night Pneumonia (from aspiration of food into the lungs) Weight loss  Read More

  • Gastroenteritis, eosinophilic

    Eosinophilic gastroenteritis (EGE) is a rare form of an inflammatory disorder. It occurs due to the infiltration in the walls of the intestine that affect the small intestine and the stomach. Under EGE, any part between the esophagus and the rectum of the gastrointestinal tract may get affected. This EGE can further be classified into muscular, mucosal, and serosal.According to several types of research performed, not ma  Read More

  • Schatzki ring (schatzki's ring)

    Schatzki ring is a product of the body's response mechanism to repeated exposure to acid that occurs during gastroesophageal acid reflux and a way to prevent the development of Barret's esophagus. It appears as a thin membranous structure, containing an upper layer comprising squamous epithelial cells and a lower layer comprising columnar epithelial cells.Schatzki ring is always associated with dyspnoea and  Read More