Unusual case of laryngeal foreign body
The Foreign bodies in respiratory tract have been major cause of morbidity and present as challenge to otolaryngologists. Despite improvement in medical care and public awareness, they are major concern for otolaryngologists. The spectrum of presentation varies widely from sudden death due to respiratory obstruction to accidental finding during routine investigations. A case of unusual presentation of laryngeal foreign body with just loss of voice is described here.
Keywordsforeign body larynx
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