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Table. 1.

Demographics for Patients With Suspected Extraesophageal Symptoms

Characteristics Subjects (n = 21)
Sex
Male 11/21 (52)
Age (yr) 66.0 [21-82]
BMI (kg/m2) 21.6 [15.8-32.7]
Primary EES
Abnormal sensation in the laryngopharynx 6/21 (29)
Globus sensation 5/21 (24)
Chronic cough 5/21 (24)
Dysphonia 3/21 (14)
Halitosis 1/21 (5)
Sore throat 1/21 (5)
Esophageal mucosal injury
LA grade
Normal 20/21 (95)
A 1/21 (5)
Hiatal hernia 8/21 (38)
RSI 16.7 ± 10.2

EES, extraesophageal symptoms; BMI, body mass index; LA, Los Angeles; RSI, reflux symptom index.

Values are expressed as n (%), median (range), or mean ± SD.

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