esophageal Diverticulum is a fairly common disease that affects mostly men. Thus, per 100 thousand population, the disease occurs in almost 5% of men and 1.3% women. The disease is more frequently diagnosed in the elderly.
This is a nasty disease, accompanied by a persistent smell of decomposition in his mouth. This is because food particles get stuck in the resulting "pocket" of the esophagus. Gradually, the accumulation and decomposition of food may cause serious diseases – diverticulitis or mediastinitis. The disease is treated surgically. Or the patient is prescribed a special diet.
esophageal Diverticulum is a protrusion of the esophageal wall. Often occurs in the presence of gastrointestinal disease.
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