Esophagus Disorders

The esophagus is the second part of the digestive tract, following the mouth and preceding the stomach. It is a tube that propels food down to the stomach, via rhythmic wave-like contractions called peristalsis.

There are many esophageal disorders, but most have two particular ...

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