Dysphagia caused by cervical osteophyte. Report of a case.

  • Suhayl Bulos
  • Published 1974 in
    The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British…


A woman aged forty-four was first seen in November 1970 for a feeling of a lump in the throat with dysphagia of two years’ duration. The symptoms had become steadily worse. In the past she had complained of some aching in the neck. Examination showed bulging of the posterior wall of the hypopharynx. Barium swallow radiography revealed deformation of the… (More)

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