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SWALLOWING DIFFICULTIES

 

Swallowing problems can be transient and self limiting and may include infections, acid reflux and ‘globus’. Obstructions in the oesophagus such as narrowing or a pharyngeal pouch may cause difficulty in swallowing or regurgitation. More serious problems including throat or oesophageal cancer can present with difficulty in swallowing and for this reason, all patients with difficulty in swallowing, particularly obstruction of swallowing and regurgitation of food need urgent further assessment.

Click to download information booklet: Gastro Oesophageal Reflux

 

 


The North Hampshire ENT Partnership is a team of consultants specialising in a wide spectrum of diseases and disorders that affect the Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) including snoring and sleep disorders, cosmetic and skin surgery.

 

Our surgeons provide specialist care by drawing from the 50 plus years of combined NHS experience and the many areas of individual specialist expertise available within the partnership.

 

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