malignant dysphagia

malignant dysphagia

Dysphagia related to irreversible strictures (e.g., due to lye injury or primary oesophageal cancer).

malignant dysphagia

GI tract Dysphagia due to irreversible strictures–eg, due to lye injury or 1º esophageal CA. See Esophageal cancer.
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Gastroesophageal reflux disease-related symptom assessment in subjects with malignant dysphagia receiving esophageal stents.
We set out to show that the purely endoscopic technique of SEMS placement is a safe and effective alternative in the palliation of malignant dysphagia.
Most patients with malignant dysphagia seen at our hospital (Tshepong Hospital, Klerksdorp, North West) were from distant rural areas and needed to be referred to tertiary centres for radiation therapy.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Stenting is slightly more efficacious and much less costly than phorodynamic therapy in alleviating malignant dysphagia in esophageal cancer patients, said Dr.

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