Sandy A. Salib

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Cricopharyngeal achalasia is a rare cause of neonatal dysphagia. Its treatment is based on surgical myotomy, which is to be avoided in the presence of prematurity and neurological diseases. The authors report a case of cricopharyngeal achalasia in a full-term four-month-old female baby. Coughing and choking during feeds were the major symptoms. The(More)
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