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Esophageal webs is an esophageal condition in which thin bands of normal esophageal tissues grow in the esophagus, and restrict the flow of food and drinks. This can cause problems with eating and swallowing, resulting in symptoms like dysphagia and odynophagia and breathing. Esophageal webs can be congenital or acquired.
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