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4,361 Possible Causes for Dysphagia, Larynx Ulcer, Phlegmonous Esophagitis

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    Complications include esophagitis, peptic esophageal ulcer, esophageal stricture, Barrett esophagus, and esophageal adenocarcinoma.[] Outcomes selected were recurrent or persistent postoperative dysphagia and an abnormal 24-hour pH test result.[] We used the total number of patients in the study and the follow-up duration to calculate dysphagia rates.[]

  • Esophageal Ulcer

    Complications include esophagitis, peptic esophageal ulcer, esophageal stricture, Barrett esophagus, and esophageal adenocarcinoma.[] Esophageal involvement of multiple myeloma should be kept in mind in patients presenting with dysphagia.[] Odynophagia, retrosternal chest pain and dysphagia were the usual presenting symptoms. The typical endoscopic finding was that of discrete ulcers in the mid-esophagus.[]

  • Foreign Body in the Esophagus

    The better patient comfort with FE was also reflected in a significantly lower rate of dysphagia (15%) compared to RE (48%; p 0.0001).[] CASE REPORT: The patient was an 80-year-old man with a history of dysphagia and swallowed dentures.[] She became symptomatic 2 years before presentation, but presented for treatment when dysphagia to both solids and liquids developed.[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Esophageal Carcinoma

    After esophagus stenting, dysphagia was immediately alleviated. The dysphagia score decreased from 3.4   0.1 to 0.7   0.1 (P[] Primary outcomes were mean change in dysphagia score, overall survival, and quality of life.[] The dysphagia dissolved as the esophageal tumor shrunk. The patient has been doing well for 17 months after the start of 3D-CRT.[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Radiation Esophagitis

    Most commonly reported complaints are nausea, odynophagia, dysphagia, and anorexia that can promote significant weight loss.[] Moderate dysphagia was still present, allowing nearly normal oral feeding.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS).[] Dysphagia Via Daily Patient Log [ Time Frame: Weekly during treatment and 12 weeks from the start of treatment ] Dysphagia, as reported by the patient, was measured by the[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Neoplasm of the Esophagus

    Palliative radiation is effective in relieving dysphagia in patients who cannot be cured.[] It is usually asymptomatic until an advanced disease stage with common presenting symptoms being dysphagia (at first with solids then progressing to fluids) and weight loss[] Esophageal Cancer Symptom Dysphagia Dysphagia means difficulty swallowing. Odynophagia means painful swallowing.[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Mallory-Weiss Syndrome

    (sricture)Dysphagia(sricture)  Atypical symp – Angina like chest pain, pulm orAtypical symp – Angina like chest pain, pulm or laryngeal symplaryngeal symp 9.[] (sricture)Dysphagia(sricture)  Atypical symp – Angina like chest pain , pulm orAtypical symp – Angina like chest pain , pulm or laryngeal symplaryngeal symp 9.[] She had also been suffering from heartburn and dysphagia.[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Esophageal Burn

    ) Gastroenterology consultation; endoscopy Consider surgery (Persistent daily and nightly regurgitation, odynophagia, dysphagia, poor response to drugs) Maximum dosage of[] Clinical signs such as abdominal pain, dysphagia, or aglutition were observed in 21.6% of the study group and 40% of the control group.[] Dysphagia and chest or back pain may occur in any esophageal disorder, the most serious of which is esophageal cancer.[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Phlegmonous Esophagitis

    After intravenous antibiotics, he improved but experi-enced dysphagia and odynophagia.[] […] eventually alleviated the acute phlegmonous esophagitis in our patient.[] CASE REPORT A 57-year-old, well-nourished female presented with a sore throat for 5 days and subsequent odynophagia, dysphagia, and chest pain.[]

    Missing: Larynx Ulcer
  • Chronic Laryngitis

    Laryngoscopy showed congested larynx without any ulcer or mass and normal vocal cords. Biopsy from aryepiglottic fold was suggestive of TB, but caseation was absent.[] The most common symptoms were dysphonia (53%), pain/soreness (45%), globus sensation (40%), cough (33%), excessive throat clearing (28%), and dysphagia (32%).[] Gastroesophageal reflux (heartburn) may ulcerate the larynx.[]

    Missing: Phlegmonous Esophagitis

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