Charles S. Winans

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A case of eosinophilic gastroenteritis with peripheral blood eosinophilia and typical histology is described. The location, radiographic appearance, and gross pathologic appearance of the lesion were unique in that they resembled eosinophilic granuloma of the stomach. Also unique was the fact that the distal esophagus as well as the stomach was involved.(More)
The lower-esophageal high-pressure zones (LEHPZ) of 10 normal subjects, 8 patients with hiatus hernia and one patient with progressive systemic sclerosis (PSS) were investigated using a special 8-lumen recording catheter, the lateral orifices of which were spaced at 45° intervals around the circumference of the catheter. While similar pressures were(More)