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Natl J Integr Res Med. 2013; 4(4): 149-150


Atypical Foreign Body Bronchus Presented As Calcified Lesion Neglected For Years

Patel Anand*, Nagpal Tapan**, Adatia Gamini***, Doshi Smit****, Luhadia Atul****.

Abstract
Foreign body inhalation is a clinical emergency requiring prompt action to ensure speedy recovery and minimize the complications. This is common in children rather than in adults. We hereby report a case of a neglected foreign body which remained in the bronchus of a child for years before the diagnosis was made and appropriate treatment was given. [Patel A et al NJIRM 2013; 4(4) : 149-150]

Key words: Bronchial foreign body, Bronchoscopy, Coal



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