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(periesophagitis)
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  • [Clinical analysis of 234 esophageal foreign bodies]. [Journal Article]
    Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 33(2):148-151Wang ZX, Cao XM, … Liu LF
  • CONCLUSIONS: The rigid esophagoscopy is a safe and effective method for the esophageal foreign bodies. And neck abscess incision must be necessary,when they suffered from esophageal perforation with neck abscess and other serious complications.
  • [Choice of the method of video-thoracoscopic esophagectomy]. [Journal Article]
    Khirurgiia (Mosk) 2006; (1):29-33Mariĭko VA, Nechaĭ VS, … Dorofeev DA
  • Video-thoracoscopic esophagectomy was performed in 51 patients including 25 patients with esophageal cancer, 18 -- with cicatricial stenosis of the esophagus and 8 -- with esophageal achalasia of stage IV. Video-thoracoscopic esophagectomy and laparotomy for gastroplasty may be performed simultaneously with 2 surgery teams that reduce time of surgery. Simultaneous thoracoscopic and transhiatal ap…
  • Laparoscopic cardiomyotomy for achalasia after failed balloon dilatation. [Journal Article]
    Surg Endosc 1999; 13(5):493-6Beckingham IJ, Callanan M, … Bornman PC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Laparoscopic cardiomyotomy provides good control of the symptoms of dysphagia and regurgitation without the morbidity of a laparotomy or thoracotomy incision. Although technically more difficult, the technique can be extended to those who have had previous balloon dilatation with complication and success rates similar to published results in patients who have not undergone previous dilatation.
  • Barrett's epithelium with complete stricture of the esophagus: hypothesis of its etiology. [Case Reports]
    J Pediatr Surg 1995; 30(6):893-5Bar-Maor JA, He YR, Li D
  • A 4-year-old very debilitated boy, who suffered from recurrent vomiting (regurgitation) since birth, is described. At the age of 18 months, partial obstruction of the esophagus was apparent, and only semisolid food could be swallowed. The signs of obstruction progressed, and the child was admitted urgently, at the age of 4 years, to the authors' department because of severe dehydration. After res…
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