Differential Diagnosis of Persistent Dysphagia and Regurgitation in the Young

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1980
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Carlisle, William
Egger, E.
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Veterinarians in practice are constantly encountered with young dogs presented with a history of persistent dysphagia and/or regurgitation since weaning. Persistent dysphagia and regurgitation implies the continual inability to swallow solid foods and the pass the formed bolus normally through the esophagus to the stomach; where it is digested enzymatically and physically to a liquified state, allowing the passage through the pyloric sphincter into the duodenum.

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