An uncommon cause of intermittent dysphagia
Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench,
23 August 2021
A 42 year old woman admitted to the gastrointestinal department of Taleghani hospital; a teaching referral hospital in Tehran; Iran with epigastric pain; fever and dysphagia. She complained of intermittent dysphagia; regurgitation and epigastric pain( without any benefit from PPI treatment) one month in each year from five years before admission.
- Dysphagia, Duplication cyst
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