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Cardiospasm is the muscular failure among the esophagus and the stomach to open where in obstructing the passage of food into the stomach which causes the food to go into the esophagus. Cardiospasm is also known as achalasia and other terms for this condition are as follows achalasia cardiae, cardiospasm, dyssynergia esophagus, and esophageal aperistalsis.
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Symptoms and Signs
Dysphagia or complexity swallowing Regurgitation of undigested food Coughing, particularly when resting or lying down Weight loss because of insufficient nutrient ingestion Non-cardiac chest pains (NCCP), which can emit to the back, jaw, neck, and arms Several patients also experience heartburn, trouble belching, or recurrent hiccups
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or heartburn. Achalasia patients have an augmented danger of developing Barrett's esophagus or Barrett's mucosa, a premalignant form which may result to esophageal cancer in a period of years. Aspiration pneumonia: substances like food and liquid are preserved in the esophagus and can be drawn into the lungs particularly during sleep in a horizontal position.
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