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Malformed dysphagia

Dysphagia due to vascular deformation is also known as congenital malformation of arteries. Later, dysphagia syndrome caused by congenital abnormal compression of esophagus by aortic arch and its main branches is collectively known as abnormal dysphagia, also known as cervical dysphagia.


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