Esophageal dysphagia

What is Esophageal dysphagia?

Esophageal dysphagia arises from the body of the esophagus, lower esophageal sphincter, or cardia of the stomach, usually due to mechanical causes or motility problems.

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My husband recently had lumbar surgery..he was intubated. following surgery he developed laryngitis and dysphagia since.
He never exhibited these...

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Hi

Thanks for the query

The post operative dysphagia could be due to either edema of the posterior pharyngeal wall following intubation, arytenoid...

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swallowing problems after stroke/pneumonia

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Hi,

Thank you for writing in.I understand your concern.

Swallowing problem ( dysphagia) can occur following stroke.We need to know her MRI brain...

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why is it when my husband feels pain to his chest and vomits saliva only ,there is an allergy growing on his skin? pls help me? he has an...

doctor1 MD

Hello

Thank you for trusting HCM

Dear probably no connection between skin allergy and esophageal spasm..

But rarely eosinophilic esophagitis with...

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