A 3‐year‐old boy with rapid obstructive symptoms secondary to coin ingestion and gastric impaction

Abstract Foreign body ingestion is a common problem in children; blunt objects occur most frequently, and coins are the most common culprit. Rarely does coin ingestion lead to serious consequences other than esophageal impaction. In this report, we present the case of a healthy 3‐year‐old boy who de...
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Author:

Andrew Pugh [VerfasserIn]

Jeff Schunk [VerfasserIn]

Sydney Ryan [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English

Published:

2021

Subjects:

coin ingestion

endoscopic retrieval

foreign body ingestion

gastric obstruction

gastroenterology

pediatrics

Containing Work:

In: Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open - Wiley, 2020, 2(2021), 1, Seite n/a-n/a

Containing Work:

volume:2 ; year:2021 ; number:1 ; pages:n/a-n/a

Links:

https://doi.org/10.1002/emp2.12382 [Kostenfrei]

https://doaj.org/article/366bb17fdd564d91b31e49600cf68923 [Kostenfrei]

Journal toc [Kostenfrei]

DOI / URN:

10.1002/emp2.12382

Catalog id:

DOAJ060273240

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