Dysphagia After Eating Raw Fish
A 45-year-old woman visited emergency department. Her chief complain was swallowing difficulty for 3 days. The patient reported that swallowing difficulty occurred a day after having consumed several raw brackish fish, mullet, and had been getting worse for 3 days. A flexible nasopharyngoscopic examination of the pharynx and larynx was done (Fig. 1).
KeywordsVentral Sucker Oral Sucker Fresh Water Fish Digenetic Trematode Laryngeal Mucosa
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