Sliding Hiatus Hernia

Borjas, Jose Angel Ortega; Carrillo, Nelson
December 1973
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Dec1973, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p568
Academic Journal
Presents a study that attempted to find a correlation between the anatomical findings by esophagoscopy and radiological observations in order to unify diagnostic criteria for the sliding hiatus hernia. Description of hiatus hernia; Materials and methods; Diagrammatic representation and radiological demonstration of the normal esophagogastric region.


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