The esophagus is the passageway that connects the throat or pharynx to the stomach. Technically, the esophagus begins at the upper esophageal sphincter and ends at the lower esophageal sphincter.
Esophagus, After Total Laryngectomy
Three Views of the Entrance to the Esophagus From Far Away to Close-up
Endoscopic View of Esophageal (Acid) Reflux
Dramatic Dilation of the Esophagus in A Person with R-CPD Due to Buildup of Swallowed Air that He Cannot Belch to Get Rid Of
The Esophagus Doesn’t Like Being Stretched for Years Due to Untreated R-CPD
What Burping Actually Looks Like
In this video, Dr. Bastian takes us into the esophagus to see what happens when you burp!