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Congenital esophageal stricture is characterized by food reflux after eating, and the symptoms are more pronounced when ingesting semi-solid or solid foods. The reflux is mainly saliva and indigested milk or food, which is neither sour nor bile. The reflux food enters the trachea and the patient may have cough or blemishes. Some older children, due to the abnormal enlargement of the proximal esophagus, become a pocket with food, which can compress the trachea or bronchi and produce wheezing. Physical examination: no special pathological signs, some patients may have malnutrition or anemia.

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