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Bilateral Eagle syndrome causing dysphagia

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February 2, 2015
by Lyndsay L. Madden, DO; Roxann Diez Gross, PhD; Libby J. Smith, DO

Patients with Eagle syndrome often report symptoms that include dysphagia, otalgia, throat pain, globus sensation, facial pain, headache, taste disturbances, and dental pain that worsen with chewing, head and tongue movements, and swallowing.

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