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The authors present two cases of leiomyoma of the upper esophagus. Both of the cases presented with dysphagia, and one patient complained of pyrosis. An upper gastrointestinal endoscopy showed midesophageal narrowing without mucosal irregularity, suggestive of leiomyoma. The patients were successfully treated by thoracoscopic enucleation of the leiomyoma,(More)
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