• Medicine
  • Published in
    The Review of…
    1952

Surgical lesions of the esophagus, including discussions of esophagitis, "spontaneous" (acid-peptic) perforation of the esophagus, dystonia (cardiospasm) paraesophageal hernia, varices and cancer, together with remarks upon surgical management of peptic ulcer.

@article{Wangensteen1952SurgicalLO,
  title={Surgical lesions of the esophagus, including discussions of esophagitis, "spontaneous" (acid-peptic) perforation of the esophagus, dystonia (cardiospasm) paraesophageal hernia, varices and cancer, together with remarks upon surgical management of peptic ulcer.},
  author={Owen Harding Wangensteen},
  journal={The Review of gastroenterology},
  year={1952},
  volume={19 7},
  pages={
          525-49
        }
}