Tag: achalasia


A Closer Look at Innovations in Pediatric Esophageal Disorders

3 pediatric gastroenterologists discuss advances in their diagnostic toolkits

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Novel Tool Holistically Assesses Patient-Reported Outcomes of Esophageal Conditions

Going beyond the Eckardt symptom score to evaluate dyspepsia, eating and symptom “bother”

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New Neurogastroenterology and Motility Center Provides Coordinated Care

Hard-to-treat GI disorders benefit from multidisciplinary approach

April 20, 2021/Digestive

In Type III Achalasia, POEM Reliably Delivers Excellent Sustained Palliation

Study findings call for paradigm shift in standard of care


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July 31, 2020/Geriatrics

POEM for Achalasia: Safe and Highly Effective in Geriatric Patients

Review finds similar outcomes in elderly and young cohorts

Lessons Learned from POEM After Heller Myotomy for Achalasia
May 8, 2018/Outcomes

POEM for Achalasia: Safe and Effective, but Not Ready to Displace Heller Myotomy

Large series finds excellent symptom palliation but high reflux rates

October 18, 2016/Research

Risk of Reflux After Achalasia Treatment: POEM vs. Heller Myotomy

A comparison of esophageal pH findings

Lessons Learned from POEM After Heller Myotomy for Achalasia
June 24, 2016/Digestive

Lessons Learned from POEM After Heller Myotomy for Achalasia (Video)

A step-by-step walk through this emerging MIS procedure

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