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Case report of a piece of dishwashing steel wool in a child's pharynx
Journal of Emergency Practice and Trauma
Objective: Foreign body swallowing is a common pediatric problem. A foreign body in the pharynx is a medical emergency that requires urgent intervention. Evaluation and treatment of pharyngeal foreign bodies is much more difficult in children than in adults and sometimes requires hospitalization and removal of the foreign bodies under general anesthesia due to children's lack of cooperation. Fish and chicken bones are the most common swallowed foreign bodies, but an interesting case of a piecedoi:10.34172/jept.2020.09 fatcat:mvz3xktluzhtfjdi637tas3wtm