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dysphagia said to be due to compression by the right subclavian artery arising abnormally from the descending aorta and passing behind the esophagus.
[coinage from L. lusus naturae, a sport of nature]
Dysphagia caused by pressure exerted on the esophagus by an anomaly of the right subclavian artery.Synonym: vascular dysphagia
See also: dysphagia