Abstracts from the South West ENT Academic Meeting 2007

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Upper aero-digestive tract foreign bodies are common ENT Emergencies. History and physical examination remain the hallmarks for assessment of these patients. Plain radiographs are routinely used in the management of upper airway FB1 although their usefulness remains debatable.2 Our hypothesis was that plain radiographs provide a valuable input into the management of patients presenting with non-aspirated upper aero-digestive tract foreign bodies

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