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Fig. 1. Three subtypes of achalasia based on the high-resolution manometry. A similar classification can be made when conventional manometry is used. Type I, achalasia with minimal esophageal pressurization (A); type II, achalasia with esophageal compression (B); type III, achalasia with spasm (C).
J Neurogastroenterol Motil 2013;19:485~494
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