Oesophageal involvement in epidermolysis bullosa is discussed. Two patients, a brother and sister, with stricture of the oesophagus due to the disease are described. The strictures were treated by resection and end-to-end oesophageal anastomosis and the patients have been relieved of dysphagia for the subsequent three years.
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