Revisiting plummer vinson syndrome.

Plummer Vinson syndrome is a rare association of postcricoid dysphagia, upper esophageal webs, and iron deficiency anemia. Iron deficiency state has been hypothesized to play an etiological role. While literature review elucidates the resolution of dysphagia in most cases with iron therapy, we discuss our case where the dysphagia was resistant to such therapy and necessitated a mechanical dilatation.
AuthorsD Gude, Dp Bansal, A Malu
JournalAnnals of medical and health sciences research (Ann Med Health Sci Res) Vol. 3 Issue 1 Pg. 119-21 (Jan 2013) ISSN: 2141-9248 [Print] Nigeria
PMID23634346 (Publication Type: Journal Article)

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