Ok, on my EGD Report shows a benign intrinsic stenosis was seen. Anyone had this problem? What was the result? My problem started with spasms in my throat. Then went for the testing. So now they have found serveral things. So any advise or similar testing information would be useful. What should I expect stuff..
I am also trying to understand what this means, my report states a benign intrinsic 14mm stenosis of the esophagus. It then says they dilated my esophagus to 18mm successfully which explains the soar throat for almost 2 weeks afterwards. So I am questioning does this just mean my throat is too narrow? More test have been conducted and they still don't know the causes of my problems. I feel like I need to find a doctor like "House"! Please let me know if anyone can shed a little light on what this might mean.
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