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Simple Question Towards Diagnosis: Did You Eat Fish?

The foreign body can migrate to the distal part of the alimentary tract, obstructing the lumen or perforating the lumen, and, thus, affecting adjacent structures.1 2.In the outpatient setting, the most important investigation to conduct is a soft tissue neck radiograph. [...]there are normal calcifi... Full description

Journal Title: Malaysian family physician : the official journal of the Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia 2017, Vol.12(3), pp.40-41
Main Author: Mohamad, I
Other Authors: Abdul Manab, F W
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Language: English
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title: Simple Question Towards Diagnosis: Did You Eat Fish?
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description: The foreign body can migrate to the distal part of the alimentary tract, obstructing the lumen or perforating the lumen, and, thus, affecting adjacent structures.1 2.In the outpatient setting, the most important investigation to conduct is a soft tissue neck radiograph. [...]there are normal calcifications that may mimic or obscure the view of the opaque foreign body. 3 Undoubtedly, there are fish bones which are radiolucent or show opacity in various degrees.4 This might lead to a misleading conclusion on the part of those who are unaware of their presence. Johari HH, Khaw BL, Yusof Z, Mohamad I. Migrating fish bone piercing the common carotid artery, thyroid gland and causing deep neck abscess.
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