Dysphagia, the difficulty in swallowing, is one of the most common and, at the same time, most heterogeneous symptom of the upper digestive tract. Due to its lifetime prevalence of about 5%, every 19th person is affected on average, especially with increasing age. Dysphagia occurs in both benign and malignant diseases of the esophagus and the oropharyngeal tract as well as in neuromuscular diseases. Even dysphagia caused by benign diseases can lead to significantly reduced quality of life. The diagnostics of the actual underlying disease in patients with dysphagia is commonly conducted using a combination of endoscopy, esophageal manometry, functional assessments and radiologic means, e.g. X-ray-fluoroscopy. As these examinations are typically performed in sequential order, it remains to the physicians to combine the relevant information from each modality to form a conclusion. We argue that this is neither an intuitive, nor a standardized form of presenting the findings to the physician. To address this, we propose a novel approach for fusing time-synchronized manometric and X-ray data into a single view to provide a more comprehensive visualization method as a novel means for diagnosing dysphagia.