Esophageal motility dysfunction in cats: a study of 44 cases.

@article{Moses2000EsophagealMD,
  title={Esophageal motility dysfunction in cats: a study of 44 cases.},
  author={Lisa Moses and Neil K Harpster and Kathy A Beck and Lori E Hartzband},
  journal={Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association},
  year={2000},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={309-12}
}
A retrospective study evaluated cases of feline esophageal dysfunction. Cats identified had contrast esophagrams performed during a six-year period. Of 56 cases undergoing esophagography, 51 had complete records available for review. Forty-four cases were felt to be abnormal and were included in the study. Cases were analyzed for signalment, presenting… CONTINUE READING