Published in Physician Law Weekly, December 10th, 2008
"It may have various respiratory manifestations. Rarely, it may be complicated by acute airway compromise causing stridor. This case report presents an elderly woman with massive dilatation of the oesophagus secondary to achalasia, who presented with a short history of heartburn and rapid deterioration of her respiratory status due to tracheal compromise and stridor as a result of...
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