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Academic Medicine Executive Committee (AM EXCO)
Our appointed ACP leaders within the respective 15 ACPs
Guidelines, forms, and templates for Academic Medicine.
A hiatal hernia is usually diagnosed via an endoscopy, where a camera attached to the end of a flexible tube is passed through the mouth into the patient’s oesophagus and stomach. A diagnosis can also be made with other imaging studies like chest x-ray, barium swallow, CT or MRI scan of the abdomen and chest.