A rare disease in the esophagus caused by increased spasticity or narrowing of the lower esophageal sphincter.
Pneumonia (lung infection) caused by reflux or regurgitation of ingested food that is inhaled into the lungs.
Abnormal growth of cells in the lower portion of the esophagus bordering the stomach.
A disease of the small intestines due to a sensitivity to foods with gluten, resulting in damage to the small intestines.
Inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis becomes chronic when it lasts for
more then 6 months. Majority of patients will be asymptomatic, or mildly
symptomatic, abnormal blood tests may be the only thing that shows
Hepatitis in some patients.