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  • Ten Questions About Barium Esophagography and Dysphagia. [Review]
  • GCGastroenterol Clin North Am 2018; 47(3):449-473
  • Levine MS
  • The barium esophagogram is a global test for patients with dysphagia that can simultaneously detect morphologic abnormalities in the pharynx and esophagus, pharyngeal swallowing dysfunction, esophage...
  • Dysphagia, Hyperglycemia, and Presyncope. [Journal Article]
  • DDysphagia 2018 Jul 30
  • Padalia KJ, Padalia AJ, Parikh MG
  • There have been over 80 documented cases of swallow syncope-a rare form of reflex or neurally mediated syncope-with most cases associated with an underlying esophageal disorder. Here, we describe the...
  • Managing a patient with globus pharyngeus. [Journal Article]
  • FGFrontline Gastroenterol 2018; 9(3):208-212
  • Harvey PR, Theron BT, Trudgill NJ
  • A woman aged 47 years reported the feeling of a lump in her throat for the past year. The sensation was present intermittently and usually improved when she ate. She noted it was worse with dry swall...
  • Possible Risk Factors for Candida Esophagitis in Immunocompetent Individuals. [Journal Article]
  • GRGastroenterology Res 2018; 11(3):195-199
  • Nassar Y, Eljabbour T, … Batool A
  • CONCLUSIONS: CE is an opportunistic infection typically seen in immunocompromised. We report incidence of CE in immunocompetent patients. In our cohort of immunocompetent patients, PPI use was the most common risk factor associated with the development of CE. This could be related to hypochlorhydria resulting from PPI use. However, the cause remains unclear in some patients.
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