The following are the results from a barium swallow test I had back in 2004:
"FINDINGS: Very limited examination as patient would not drink barium, was taking small sips. No obstruction was noted.
There is evidence of a hiatal hernia with evidence of reflux.
The upper esophagus was not very well-visualized.
1. Limited examination of the upper esophagus region in the cervical area due to patient not taking enough barium during examination and was taking sips. The distal esophagus showed no obstruction.
2. Hiatal hernia was noted with evidence of reflux.
3. If clinically indicated for cervical esophagus, further evaluation should be obtained with endoscopy as this is a limited examination of the upper esophagus."