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Conservative management of a complicated pharyngeal perforation caused by oral blunt trauma


1 Department of Otolaryngeology, Ohoud Hospital, Medina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2 College of Medicine, Alrayan Medical College, Medina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Nisreen Ghazi Albouq,
Department of Otolaryngeology, Ohoud Hospital, Madinah
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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DOI: 10.4103/sjoh.sjoh_34_22

In children, pharyngeal perforation is a very uncommon injury. Most of the time, it is caused by secondary instrumentation. Laceration of the pharyngeal wall poses a life-threatening risk if not detected and treated promptly. A high level of suspicion is required in such cases, so hospitalization is needed for observation until an accurate diagnosis can be made. Here, we described a case of pharyngeal perforation in a 5-year-old boy who had oral blunt trauma and developed pneumomediastinum, which we managed conservatively.


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