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A case of dysphagia due to traumatic cervical emphysema is reported. The patient was a 51year-old female who had complained of a foreign body sensation in the throat. She thought that she might have pharyngeal cancer. She occasionally found a firm mass in the lateral region of the pharynx (this was actually a lateral pharyngeal band). She tried to remove it by an iron needle stick. The patient noticed cervical swelling after repeated swallowing action. Roentgenographic examination revealed adoi:10.2468/jbes.29.328 fatcat:x3pyj3urcnduvn3ffzpfrkyjbe