intraesophageal

intraesophageal

[¦in·trə·ə‚säf·ə′jē·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the esophagus.
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Neither intragastric nor intraesophageal pH parameters could predict the short- and long-term therapeutic outcome, which indicates that response to therapy in patients with GERD is individual and not related directly to normalization of acid reflux parameters alone," wrote the authors.
There was transient intraesophageal stasis at the aortic notch that was elicited by a marshmallow fragment, which reproduced the dysphagia symptoms and cleared with a swallow of thin barium.
The intraesophageal pressure sensors and impedance measuring segments were subsequently located 5 (distal), 10 (midway 2), 15 (midway 1), and 20 (proximal) cm above LES.
Intraesophageal Impedance and pH measurement of acid and non-acid reflux: effect of omeprazole.
Complete elimination of reflux symptoms does not guarantee normalization of intraesophageal acid reflux in patients with Barrett's esophagus.
More over, intraesophageal pressures are lower and intragastric pressures higher in pregnancy.
44) Intraesophageal pH testing yields normal results in 82% of adult patients with EE and 90% of pediatric patients.
As early as 1972, a relationship was identified between an increase in the intraesophageal temperature and the coffee volume (16).
Simultaneous intraesophageal impedance and pH measurement of acid and nonacid gastroesophageal reflux: effect of omeprazole.
The test is performed by transnasally placing a microelectrode into the lower esophagus, which measure and records intraesophageal pH usually every 4 to 8 seconds (Rudolph et al.
A trial with a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) is the quickest and most cost-effective way to diagnose GERD, and is at least as sensitive as 24-hour intraesophageal pH monitoring.
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