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Contributed by 

Dr Kaiser Raja  

Consultant Gastroenterologist 

M.D D.M(Gastro) ACGME accredited Advanced Fellowship in

Liver Diseases and Transplant Hepatology from

The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, United States. 

Clinical scenario :

A 35-year-old male, the patient presented with intermittent dysphagia for 5 years, which usually occurred with solid food.

No history of food bolus obstruction.

No heartburn or chest pain.

No other medical issues. Barium swallow done one year ago was normal.

An upper GI endoscopy was done as shown below.

What could be the site of the GI tract,

What is the possible diagnosis and treatment? You will know the answer soon after submission and you can download article as well 

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