II. Symptoms

  1. Sensation of lump in throat (Cervical Dysphagia)
  2. Intermittent fear of Choking with Dyspnea

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Ontology: Globus Hystericus (C0017650)

Definition (NCI) Persistent or intermittent non-painful sensation of a lump or foreign body in the throat occurring between meals in the absence of dysphagia, odynophagia, evidence of gastroesophageal acid reflux, or histopathogically based esophageal motility disorders.(NICHD)
Concepts Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction (T048)
MSH D003291
SnomedCT 154923002, 268772005, 191715001, 44037003
English GLOBUS HYSTERICUS, globus hystericus (diagnosis), globus hystericus, globus syndrome, globus pharyngeus, Globus, Globus hystericus, Globus pharyngeus, Globus syndrome, Idiopathic globus, Globus hystericus (finding), Globus Hystericus
Spanish GLOBO HISTERICO, Globus hystericus, Globus Hystericus, esferestesia, globo histérico (hallazgo), globo histérico
Dutch globus hystericus, Globus Hystericus
Portuguese Globo histérico, BOLA HISTERICA, Globus Hystericus
Japanese ヒステリー球, ヒステリーキュウ
French Globus hystericus, BOULE HYSTERIQUE, Boule hystérique, Globe hystérique
German Globus hystericus, GLOBUS HYSTERICUS
Czech Globus hystericus, globus hystericus
Hungarian Globus hystericus
Norwegian Globus hystericus
Italian Globo isterico, Bolo isterico

Ontology: cervical dysphagia (C1955519)

Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
ICD10 R13.19
English cervical dysphagia, cervical dysphagia (diagnosis), Cervical dysphagia