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Can assessment of the autonomic nervous system be used to explain esophageal symptoms? 
Can brain source modeling be used to understand the esophagus-brain axis? 
How can descending inhibition be measured in animal and human studies?  
Methods and characteristics of esophageal afferents in humans 
Pitfalls in characterization of mechanosensitive afferents 
What can evoked brain potentials be used for in the esophagus? 
What do we know about sensitization of esophageal afferents from human studies? 
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