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Referral to a pediatric gastroenterologist may be beneficial for children with constipation and other motility problems, such as: Dysphagia Abdominal distension Poor feeding tolerance Chronic nausea and vomiting Acid reflux "Although...
Use of dietary strategies in treating eosinophilic esophagitis - Mayo Clinic Use of dietary strategies in treating eosinophilic esophagitis Share Doximity Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Print details Email Nov. 17, 2017 Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is a...
Three patients (21 percent) developed mild neck discomfort, swelling, bruising and dysphagia shortly after RFA.
The primary symptoms — dysphagia and regurgitation — may be accompanied by weight loss, chest pain and heartburn.
The surgery is not without drawbacks, however; even when performed laparoscopically, fundoplication is prone to complications and side effects such as bloating, diarrhea and dysphagia, and to a high rate of recidivism to medical ther...
The 2010 article showed a range of manometric abnormalities induced by opiates in patients with dysphagia.
Contraindications for awake craniotomy include communication problems, developmental delay, age under 12 years, uncontrolled coughing, severe dysphagia, hemiplegia and less than antigravity motor function.
ZD can cause dysphagia and the pooling of food within the diverticulum, which can cause frequent regurgitation and can lead to aspiration pneumonia.
Beyond adding rehabilitation staff on-site within the ICU, the plan also includes: A new orientation process for the embedded therapy staff Updates to the therapy ICU manual OT dysphagia training The embedded therapy staff also atten...
Both of these procedures, however, are associated with complications inherent in surgical intervention and can have chronic side effects such as bloating and dysphagia.
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