An extended proximal esophageal myotomy is necessary to normalize EGJ distensibility during Heller myotomy for achalasia, but not POEM

Ezra N. Teitelbaum, Nathaniel J. Soper, John E. Pandolfino, Peter J. Kahrilas, Lubomyr Boris, Frédéric Nicodème, Zhiyue Lin, Eric S. Hungness

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