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Above or below cricopharyngeus
The introduction states that the diverticulum occurs above the cricopharyngeus, but "Mechanisms and manifestations" states that it occurs in Killian's dehiscence (which is below cricopharyngeus). Both areas are zones of sparse muscle fibers in the pharynx. Can Zenker's diverticula occur at both areas, or is it a specific out pocketing at a specific zone? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 21:23, 23 March 2012 (UTC)
Right in Image not Clear
The rights in the image are not clear. Apparently, only the copyright in the image was granted, however, it appears that the patient depicted in the image was never asked for permission, which might violate his or her privacy and/or personality rights. ==Tom
Merge of Phyrangeal pouch
Pharyngeal pouch has been changed so it redirects here, but none of old article  has been merged. There is an explanation in the history of this article: "nothing to merge there - the other article was very poor".
At the very least there should now be a note: "also known as pharyngeal pouch". Other things that have been lost include: the hat note about "Pharyngeal pouch (embryology)", a tendency to progress to the left-hand side, male sex as a risk factor, ease of swallowing the first mouthful of food, increased coughing at night, recurrent chest infection as a symptom, delay in normal feeding after surgery, use of a linear cutting staple gun to divide the septum, the section on Complications, Randy Sandke as a notable example, the two references, and a different navbox. The infobox in the old article had different classification numbers for ICD-10, ICD-9 and DiseasesDB.
- Some info from this article might be good to integrate: http://www.reflux1.com/care/condition20.cfm/21 -- SpareSimian (talk) 20:57, 11 February 2010 (UTC)
Some information has been added under "diagnosis" and "treatment" that may be accurate and instructive but was very poorly edited -- even sentences without capitals at the beginning and some html code (citation of reference?) that was not done correctly. I don't know enough about either the medical side or the html side to fix it.Lisapaloma (talk) 00:42, 29 August 2013 (UTC)