Oesophagogastric invagination

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Abstract

Oesophagogastric invagination is a relatively rare disease that is primarily caused by a sliding hiatal hernia. We report a successfully treated case of oesophagogastric invagination caused by achalasia. Oesophagogastric invagination should be considered in patients complaining of upper abdominal discomfort.

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