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Endocinch therapy for gastro-oesophageal reflux disease: a one year prospective follow up
  1. Z Mahmood1,
  2. B P McMahon2,
  3. Q Arfin1,
  4. P J Byrne3,
  5. J V Reynolds3,
  6. E M Murphy4,
  7. D G Weir1
  1. 1Department of Clinical Medicine, Trinity College, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
  2. 2Department of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering, AMNCH, Dublin
  3. 3Department of Surgery, Trinity College, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
  4. 4Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, Trinity College, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
  1. Correspondence to:
    Professor D G Weir, Department of Clinical Medicine, Trinity Centre for Health Sciences, St James’s Hospital, Dublin 8, Ireland;
    dweir{at}tcd.ie

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  • Conflict of interest: The authors have been the principal teachers of the Endocinch technique for BARD in Europe over the past two years.

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  • Conflict of interest: The authors have been the principal teachers of the Endocinch technique for BARD in Europe over the past two years.

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