intubation injuries: three case reports.
Phagophobia mimics oral apraxia; pharyngoesophageal
and neurologic functions as well as the ability to speak remain intact, however.
Direct pharyngoscopy revealed three hypopharyngeal strictures (figure, A), each of which was incised, and then the pharyngoesophageal
segment was dilated with a 50 Fr bougie along with a 54 Fr balloon.
2) Missed pharyngoesophageal
perforation carries an associated 20% mortality.
The presented animals had swelling at pharyngoesophageal
junction and mid cervical region.
ZD is a pulsion diverticula of cervical oesophagus region, also known as pharyngeal pouch, cricopharyngeal, pharyngoesophageal
or hypopharyngeal diverticula.
This volume focuses on head and neck flaps, with regional sections on scalp, forehead, and nape of the neck reconstruction; eyelid and orbital; nasal and ear reconstructions; cheek and neck; lip and intraoral; and pharyngoesophageal
Movements that occur from the beginning of submental muscle contraction to the elevation of the larynx are important for the safe passage of bolus to the pharyngoesophageal
segment without escaping into the other cavities.
Iatrogenic perinatal pharyngoesophageal
injury: A disEAe of prematurity.
The benefit of head rotation on pharyngoesophageal
The prevalence and patterns of pharyngoesophageal
dysmotility in patients with early stage Parkinson's disease.
Perforating and migrating pharyngoesophageal
foreign bodies: a series of 5 patients.