Dysphagia is the technical term for the symptom of the sensation of difficulty in swallowing. Dysphagia is usually a sign of underlying disease of the esophagus, which may be due to Gastroesophageal reflux disease(GERD), cancer, thyroid disease, stroke, or a number of other diseases. ...
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Dysphagia Online
Provides information about swallowing difficulties for patients and professionals.
Dysphagia Research Society
Organization established to serve researchers and clinicians from different areas of inquiry who share a research interest in dysphagia and swallowing disorders.
Dysphagia, Speech and Language
Diet guidelines for people with swallowing disorders.
Dysphagia-Diet
A site for dietitians and speech language pathologist to share and get new information about the dysphagia diet.
eMedicine - Cricopharyngeal Myotomy
Article by Neil Bhattacharyya, MD describing cricopharyngeal achalasia and the surgery done to correct it.
eMedicine - Dysphagia
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Swallowing Disorders in Children
Includes causes, treatment, and diagnosis.
Evaluating Dysphagia - American Academy of Family Physicians
Article for physicians. (September 15, 2000)
eMedicine - Cricopharyngeal Myotomy
Article by Neil Bhattacharyya, MD describing cricopharyngeal achalasia and the surgery done to correct it.
eMedicine - Dysphagia
Article by Nam-Jong Paik, MD, PhD.
Swallowing Disorders in Children
Includes causes, treatment, and diagnosis.
Dysphagia, Speech and Language
Diet guidelines for people with swallowing disorders.
Dysphagia Online
Provides information about swallowing difficulties for patients and professionals.
Dysphagia Research Society
Organization established to serve researchers and clinicians from different areas of inquiry who share a research interest in dysphagia and swallowing disorders.
Dysphagia-Diet
A site for dietitians and speech language pathologist to share and get new information about the dysphagia diet.
Evaluating Dysphagia - American Academy of Family Physicians
Article for physicians. (September 15, 2000)
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