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Submit Manuscript | http://medcraveonline.com without any evidence of direct mucosal damage, several studies have demonstrated evidence of MMF-induced injury in both the upper and lower GI tract. Here we report a rare case of circumferential esophagitis and symptomatic esophageal stricture secondary to MMF.doi:10.15406/mojcr.2018.08.00248 fatcat:nen7nda6kbdlbdcuyxzogmgyia