Achalasia, Alcohol-Stasis, and Acute Necrotizing Esophagitis: Connecting the Dots

Lee, Jeffrey; Bhargava, Valmik; Mittal, Ravinder; Ghosh, Pradipta
February 2011
Digestive Diseases & Sciences;Feb2011, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p612
Academic Journal
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