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Treating esophageal achalasia has been questionable for several years. Even if the myotomy carried out through a remaining thoracotomy provides much better outcomes compared to pneumatic dilatation, the fear of an procedure with the connected postoperative discomfort and impairment has stored sufferers away from this type associated with treatment.
Non-invasive surgery enables the same outcomes obtained along with open surgical treatment, having a brief hospital stay, minimum postoperative soreness, and a quick recovery period. A thoracoscopic or even laparoscopic Heller's myotomy should be considered these days the main type of strategy to esophageal achalasia.