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Congenital pharyngeal atresia is a very rare gastrointestinal anomaly, with only seven cases of complete pharyngeal atresia having been reported. Five of these cases were autopsy reports and success in surgery to enable oral ingestion was not reported even for the two surviving cases. This is a report of a 1.5-year-old boy with complete congenital pharyngeal atresia who was saved by an emergency tracheostomy directly after birth, and on whom we performed surgery to reconstruct the pharyngealdoi:10.1097/01.scs.0000246739.76848.b7 pmid:17251864 fatcat:deivnkaekja2nocupddsaw64xu