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Dysphagia due to Physiological Constriction after Stroke: A Case Report

Bae M, Kang I, Hur Y, Hwang K

The aortic arch normally causes no symptomatic physiological constriction of the esophagus. Symptoms of dysphagia are generally observed in the presence of specific conditions, such as an aortic aneurysm. In...
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Reliability of Suprahyoid and Infrahyoid Electromyographic Measurements during Swallowing in Healthy Subjects

Park MW, Lee D, Seo HG, Han TR, Lee JC, Kim HC, Oh BM

Objective: To evaluate the reliability of suprahyoid and infrahyoid electromyography (EMG) measurement during swallowing. Methods: In all, 10 healthy volunteers were evaluated for the following surface EMG (sEMG) parameters in the...
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Assessment and Management of Dysphagia during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ko SH

Dysphagia is a complication seen in patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Even in a COVID-19 pandemic situation, the management of dysphagia caused by other diseases as well as dysphagia-related...
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The Pathologic Mechanisms and Epidemiology of Dysphagia Associated with COVID-19

Kim DY

Through the recent development and supply of COVID-19 vaccines, there is a growing interest in the management of post-treatment complications of survivors after infection, rather than the COVID-19 infection itself. Complications...
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Upright Integrated Relaxation Pressure Predicts Symptom Outcome for Esophagogastric Junction Outflow Obstruction

Chen S, Liang M, Tan N, Zhang M, Lin Y, Cao P, Zhuang Q, Xiao Y

  • KMID: 2517530
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2021 Jul;27(3):363-369.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm20106
Background/Aims Esophagogastric junction outflow obstruction (EGJOO) is characterized by elevated integrated relaxation pressure (IRP) and preserved esophageal peristalsis. The clinical significance of EGJOO is uncertain. This study aim to describe the...
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Percutaneous radiologic gastrostomy in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A safe and effective technique

Xu C, Yang ZQ, Liu S, Yang W, Shi HB, Zhou WZ

Background: Percutaneous radiologic gastrostomy (PRG) was considered as an alternative technique for long-term enteral nutrition, and the current study is aimed to evaluate the feasibility and safety of this technique...
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Dysphagia Caused by Giant Granuloma Arising from the Oropharyngeal Posterior Wall

Jung EK, Shin BJ, Kim J, Lee JK

Granuloma is an uncommon benign disease that develops in the process of wound healing. Pharyngeal or laryngeal granuloma can be associated with gastric reflux, mechanical injury or trauma including intubation,...
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Predictors of Aspiration Pneumonia in the Elderly With Swallowing Dysfunction: Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Study

Ko JY, Shin DY, Kim TU, Kim SY, Hyun JK, Lee SJ

Objective To identify the variables of videofluoroscopic swallowing study (VFSS) that are useful for predicting the risk of aspiration pneumonia in elderly patients with dysphagia. Methods A total of 251 patients...
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Endoscopic Management of Dysphagia

Kim MJ, Min YW

Dysphagia is difficulty in swallowing that can be caused by a number of disorders that involve either the oropharynx or the esophagus. Specific endoscopic treatment for dysphagia depends on its etiology,...
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Pharmacological Treatments of Esophageal Dysphagia

Cho YK

Patients with esophageal dysphagia need a step-by-step approach for diagnosis and treatment. Endoscopic with biopsy and barium esophagogram are the essential tests evaluating anatomical abnormality and esophageal bolus stasis. Further...
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Unusual Pharyngo-Esophageal Dysphagia Caused by a High-Riding Right Brachiocephalic Artery

Park KH, Baek S, Kang EK

High-riding right brachiocephalic and subclavian arteries are often asymptomatic and rare vascular variations. We present a patient with high-riding right brachiocephalic and subclavian arteries that caused compressive pharyngeal and cervical...
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Dysphagia in Wilson’s Disease: A Case Report of One-Year Follow-Up

Kim D, Park YG, Park JH, Park J

Wilson’s disease (WD) is a genetic disease caused by an ATP7B gene mutation. Although dysphagia is known as a neurological manifestation of WD, clinical case reports with post-treatment long-term follow-up...
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Dysgeusia as Anti-GQ1b Antibody Syndrome with Brainstem Involvement: A Tractography Case Report

Han Y, Kim YK, Park GY, Jeong SA, Im S

Dysgeusia and dysphagia are rarely reported as the sole clinical symptoms of anti-GQ1b antibody syndrome involving the cranial nerves (CN). According to previous reports, those exhibiting bilateral facial nerve palsy...
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Dysphagia after Cervical Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy: A Case Report

An MJ, Yoon SR, Ryu SR

ntradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET), which is a minimally invasive treatment, was performed to treat cervical HNP. Although IDET has a relatively short recovery time and lower cost compared to surgical...
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Changes in Pharyngeal Width Over Time as an Indicator of Dysphagia in Stroke Patients

Baek S, Jung IH, Lee HY, Song J, Cha E, Jung KI, Yoo WK, Ohn SH

Objective To verify the pharyngeal width at rest as a measurement that could be used to assess changes in the degree of dysphagia over time in stroke patients. Methods In a...
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Characteristics of Patients With Esophageal Dysphagia Assessed by Chest X-Ray Imaging After Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Study

Min YK, Baek S, Kang EK, Nam SJ

Objective To evaluate the prevalence rate, types, characteristics, and associated factors of esophageal dysphagia detected on chest X-ray images after videofluoroscopic swallowing study (VFSS). Methods The medical records of 535 adults...
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Effects of Chin-Down Maneuver on Pharyngeal Pressure Generation According to Dysphagia and Viscosity

Lee SM, Lee BH, Kim JW, Jang JY, Jang EG, Ryu JS

Objective To demonstrate the effects of chin-down maneuver on swallowing by using high-resolution manometry (HRM). Methods HRM data of 20 healthy subjects and 64 dysphagic patients were analyzed. Participants swallowed 5...
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Dysphagia as the First Symptom of Hyperthyroidism without Goiter: A Case Report

Eun JD, Kim YH, Chang WH

Hyperthyroidism is a rare cause of dysphagia. We report a case of dysphagia as the first symptom of hyperthyroidism in a patient who improved with antithyroid agents and swallowing rehabilitation....
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High Resolution Manometry versus Video Fluorography for Evaluating Dysphagia in Patients with Inflammatory Myopathy: A Pilot Study

Jung M, Choi KH, Song KJ, Jeong KW, Kim YG

Objective: Dysphagia has been reported to occur in patients with inflammatory myopathy (IM). Although high-resolution impedance manometry (HRIM) provides precise information regarding the pharyngeal pressure, it has not yet been...
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Correlation between Dysarthria and Aspiration in Patients with Stroke

Yu EH, Moon MH, Min JH, Kim HK, Shin YI, Ko HY, Kim SJ, Ko SH

Objective: This study examined the correlation between dysarthria and aspiration to determine if dysarthria can predict aspiration in stroke patients. Methods: The medical records of 176 patients with first stroke, who...
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