In most cases, a Ösophagusobstruktion develops slowly and is incomplete if imagine the patient for the first time, typically due to difficulty swallowing solid food. However, sometimes a full Ösophagusobstruktion suddenly developed due to a debilitating the oesophageal foreign body or bolus.

(Benign esophageal tumors and esophageal carcinoma. See also Overview of esophageal dysphagia.) In most cases, a Ösophagusobstruktion develops slowly and is incomplete if imagine the patient for the first time, typically due to difficulty swallowing solid food. However, sometimes a full Ösophagusobstruktion suddenly developed due to a debilitating the oesophageal foreign body or bolus. The obstruction may have intrinsic or extrinsic causes. An intrinsic obstruction can be caused by Esophageal tumors (benign or malignant) esophageal strictures ring Ösophaguseinengungen by gastroesophageal reflux or rarely burns an extrinsic obstruction can be caused by compression due to a left atrium enlarged An aortic aneurysm one aberrant subclavian artery (as dysphagia lusoria referred a substernal thyroid Cervical bony exostosis one thoracic tumor to evaluate the possible Ösophagusobstruktion s. dysphagia.

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