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What are the symptoms of plummer-vinson syndrome?

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Dr. Douglas Tisdale
Internal Medicine - Oncology
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In brief: Wt loss, swallowing

Chronic iron deficiency causes the syndrome (as well as anemia), where abnormal esophageal tissue growths start to block the esophagus, causing difficult swallowing, and wt loss.

In brief: Wt loss, swallowing

Chronic iron deficiency causes the syndrome (as well as anemia), where abnormal esophageal tissue growths start to block the esophagus, causing difficult swallowing, and wt loss.
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry

In brief: Symptoms

Plummer –vinson syndrome symptoms can include weakness and problems swallowing with abnormalities of skin & nails.

In brief: Symptoms

Plummer –vinson syndrome symptoms can include weakness and problems swallowing with abnormalities of skin & nails.
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