Esophageal motor disorders in patients evaluated for dysphagia and/or noncardiac chest pain

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During the period January, 1983–October, 1990, 429 subjects were referred for functional evaluation of dysphagia and/or noncardiac chest pain. Of these, 304 (70.8%) were shown to have some kind of esophageal motor abnormality. The most frequent motor abnormality of the esophagus was represented by nonspecific motor disorders (31%), followed by achalasia (13… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02493414

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@article{Bassotti1992EsophagealMD, title={Esophageal motor disorders in patients evaluated for dysphagia and/or noncardiac chest pain}, author={Dr. Gabrio Bassotti and Maria Antonietta Pelli and Antonio Morelli}, journal={Dysphagia}, year={1992}, volume={7}, pages={3-7} }