The Longitudinal Muscle in Esophageal Disease
This is likely to be the only reference to the longitudinal muscle (LM) you will find on the net. Although it constitutes more than 50% of the esophageal muscle mass and accounts for about 90% of esophageal problems, the LM has been ignored in the literature. Nevertheless, here are 300 pages that tell you all about it with startling new insights.
This page and its links contain all of the text and supporting references as well as the 250 illustrations that make up the proof. The book is also available as a hard copy which can be ordered from amazon.com.
Copyright © 1995, 1996 by O. Arthur Stiennon
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 94-61983
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