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

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

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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

Its a case of achalasia.

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Achalasia cardia.

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

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Achalasia cardia/Mega oesophagus. Rule out carcinoma

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

Its Achalasia

Rat tail appearance achalasia cardia sos scopy

Bird beak appearance.

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