31 year old female presented with progressive dysphagia and weight loss. Upper GI examination was done. diagnose please.

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Bird beak sign suggestive of Achalasia cardia. Esophageal manometry will show the increased resting lower esophageal sphincter tone and abnormal peristalsis of body of oesophagus

dramatic dilatation of the esophagus with absent peristalsis and tapered narrowing at the esophagogastric junction.

Birds beak esophagus ..esophageal carcinoma is amongst possibility another it may be achalasia cardia

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Achalasia cardia with megaesophagus or paraesophageal hernia.. Get UGI endoscopy..

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Ca Oesophagus lower one third Rat tailed appearance is diagnostic appearance

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Achalasia cardia. However carcinoma oesophagus can't be ruled out

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Achalasia cardia/Mega oesophagus. Rule out carcinoma

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Rat tail appearance achalasia cardia sos scopy

Severe stricture in patulous esophagus i guess

Sigmoid esophagus... achlasia cardia

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