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the opening into the stomach and that part of the stomach connected to the esophagus

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CARDIA is an ongoing multicenter epidemiologic study of African American and white men and women who were 18-30 years old at enrollment in 1985-1986.
Cardia's Chairman Mr Pat Volpe said: "Partnering with a global consumer products company such as Breville on this project and the successful launch by Breville to its customer base in the USA, is an endorsement and credit to Breville as they lead the way to environmental friendly practices.
Cardia Compostable resins are biodegradable materials derived from renewable resources that meet international standards for compostability such as USA ASTM 6400 and Europe's EN13432:2000.
It involved all cases of esophageal and gastric cardia cancers recorded among people younger than 80 years of age between 1995 and 1997.
The new "Bio-buddy dog waste bags" has been developed using both Cardia unique Biohybrid(TM) technology that requires less oil hence has a lower carbon footprint.
Cardia has made film from this combination and used it to produce a biodegradable carrier bag which it has branded [CO.sub.2]S.
Another 454 men and women were diagnosed with gastric cardia (stomach) cancer.
Data from the study came from 2,974 adults participating in the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, said Dr.
Similarly in this study UGI-scopy showed lax cardia and fundal gastritis in 7 (10.6%), chronic diffuse erosive gastritis in 1 (1.5%), lax cardia and grade b esophagitis in 5 (7.8%), scattered gastric erosions in fundus and antrum in 2 (3.0%), periampullary diverticulum in second part of duodenum in 1 (1.5%), lax cardia with fundal gastritis and grade a esophagitis in 3 (4.5%), diffuse chronic gastritis in 2 (3.0%), lax cardia with bile reflux esophagitis and duodenitis in 1 (1.5%), lax cardia and hiatus hernia in 1 (1.5%), bile reflux gastritis in 1 (1.5%).
The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study started in 1990.
We report the case of a 7 years old boy being treated for achalasia cardia, presented with fits and altered sensorium which on further investigations was found to be due to adrenal insensitivity (Raised ACTH level, low Cortisol level, and normal Aldosterone and Renin ratio).
Summary: The 73-year-old patient had Achalasia Cardia, a serious condition caused by the absence of nerves in esophagus.