A Patient with Dysphagia
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We report a case of an uncommon type of dysphagia, due to esophagus compression by an aberrant right subclavian artery. This condition, known as dysphagia lusoria, was first recorded in 1787 by London physician David Bayford.
KeywordsDysphagia Aberrant right subclavian artery Dysphagia Lusoria Esophagus compression
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