Dysphagia due to cervical osteophytes


      A case of a 64-year-old man is presented with painless dysphagia and loud noise on swallowing due to large anterior cervical osteophytes demonstrated on plain radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging accompanied by a brief review of the literature.


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