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Unusual Esophageal Foreign Bodies: A Case Involving A Glass Shard

? The ingestion of a foreign body is most often accidental in children. We report the case of a 9-year-old child, without any particular prior history of disease, who was admitted to the emergency ward of the ENT and cervicofacial surgery unit at the Regional Hospital Center of Saint Louis (Senegal) for accidental ingestion of an object during a meal (breakfast). The clinical examination found hypersalivation. Lateral cervical radiography revealed the presence of a radiopaque foreign body. Extraction of the glass shard-like foreign body was performed by endoscopy under general anesthesia. The post-operative management was straightforward


Auteur(s) : Tall Hady, Ndour Ngor, Ndiaye Ciré, Maiga Souleymane, Pilor Ndongo, Sall Cheickh Ahmado, Loum Birame, Ndiaye Malick and Diallo Bay Karim
Année de publication : 2019
Revue : Sur Cas Stud Op Acc J
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : NDIAYE Ciré