Globus faríngeo: Revisão da literatura

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  • Marta Canas Marques Interna Complementar - Departamento de Otorrinolaringologia, Voz e Perturbações da Comunicação do Hospital de Santa Maria – Centro Hospitalar Lisboa-Norte, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Marco Simão Assistente Hospitalar - Departamento de Otorrinolaringologia, Voz e Perturbações da Comunicação do Hospital de Santa Maria – Centro Hospitalar Lisboa-Norte, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Alberto Santos Assistente Hospitalar Graduado - Departamento de Otorrinolaringologia, Voz e Perturbações da Comunicação do Hospital de Santa Maria – Centro Hospitalar Lisboa-Norte, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Carlos Macor Assistente Hospitalar Graduado - Departamento de Otorrinolaringologia, Voz e Perturbações da Comunicação do Hospital de Santa Maria – Centro Hospitalar Lisboa-Norte, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Óscar Dias Chefe de Serviço - Departamento de Otorrinolaringologia, Voz e Perturbações da Comunicação do Hospital de Santa Maria – Centro Hospitalar Lisboa-Norte, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Mário Andrea Director de Serviço - Departamento de Otorrinolaringologia, Voz e Perturbações da Comunicação do Hospital de Santa Maria – Centro Hospitalar Lisboa-Norte, Lisboa, Portugal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34631/sporl.177

Palavras-chave:

globus, refluxo faringolaríngeo, refluxo gastroesofágico, diagnóstico, tratamento

Resumo

O Globus é a sensação de corpo estranho na faringe. É um sintoma extremamente frequente contribuindo para 4% das primeiras consultas ORL.

Ainda mal compreendido e frequentemente atribuído ao refluxo gastroesofágico e faringolaríngeo, não existe consenso quanto ao seu diagnóstico e tratamento. São revistos os últimos desenvolvimentos e trabalhos recentes sobre o Globus discutindo aspectos da sua etiopatogenia e da abordagem.

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Marques, M. C., Simão, M., Santos, A., Macor, C., Dias, Óscar, & Andrea, M. (1). Globus faríngeo: Revisão da literatura. Revista Portuguesa De Otorrinolaringologia E Cirurgia De Cabeça E Pescoço, 49(3), 159-163. https://doi.org/10.34631/sporl.177

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