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A 28-year-old male who complained of dyspnea and the taste of acid in his throat, had a chest X-ray taken. If he has a sliding hiatal hernia, which of the following accurately describes his condition?
  • A. Gastroesophageal junction in the chest
  • B. Gastric fundus in the chest
  • C. Absent esophageal hiatus
  • D. Gastroesophageal junction in the abdomen
  • E. Old laceration of the left hemidiaphragm




If, instead of a sliding hiatal hernia, he had a paraesophageal hernia, which of the following accurately describes his condition?
  • A. Gastroesophageal junction in the mediastinum
  • B. Squamocolumnar metaplasia of the esophagus
  • C. Old laceration of the left hemidiaphragm
  • D. Absent esophageal hiatus
  • E. Gastric fundus in the chest
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sliding hernia, the GE is displaced into the chest
paraesophageal the GE is in the abdomen
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sliding hernia, the GE is displaced into the chest
paraesophageal the GE is in the abdomen
yup it is right
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