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Diagnosing Hiatus Hernia

By G. E. Sinclair


Symptomatic gastroesophageal reflux is a common and important clinical problem, often keeping company with a radiologically demonstrable hiatus hernia. Recent advances in understanding of the pathophysiology provide a foundation for more rational medical and surgical therapy. A brief discussion of current concepts of gastroesophageal reflux follows

Topics: Gastroenterology
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