FRCS viva: Deep neck space infection

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A 3-year old child presents with a two-week history of a sore throat, and malaise. Over the last 3 days the child has become increasingly unwell, and for the last 24 hours has been drooling, with mild stridor. They are seen in A&E where an X-ray is performed, and on reviewing the film, the A&E team ask you to see the patient.

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