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Dysphagia for the acute physician

Abstract Dysphagia (subjective difficulty in swallowing) is a common clinical problem, particularly in the elderly population. Ideally, patients should be assessed promptly in the appropriate outpatient setting, but frequently they will be admitted on an acute medical take due to ‘total’ dysphagia, dehydration, debilitation or possible aspiration. A careful history…

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