The typical presentation of eosinophilic esophagitis is a
combination of fixed ring-like contractions, resistance to passing the
endoscope, and the appearance of longitudinal tears of the mucosa from the
mere passage of the endoscope. Sometimes, this in itself can offer at
least temporary improvement of the dysphagia of the patient.
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