A rare long standing foreign body in the larynx
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An accidentally inhaled foreign body (A metallic toe ring) inside the larynx of a 2 1/2 year old child has been studied. It remained in the larynx for 8 months before detection and removal.
KeywordsForeign Body Recurrent Respiratory Infection Inspiratory Stridor Inorganic Nature Laryngeal Spasm
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