Study about POCUS: A Novel Method for Screening and Follow up of Foreign Bodies of Upper Esophagus- Case Series and Review of Literature

Ingestion of foreign bodies (FBs) is a prevalent concern in children, with the cervical oesophagus being a common site of lodgement. Although X-ray is the most common method of detecting FB, it cannot identify radiolucent FB. In these situations, point-of-care

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A Case Series on Neuroendocrine Carcinoma of Esophagus

NENs (neuroendocrine neoplasms) are a diverse group of tumours with a neuroendocrine character. They range from well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) to aggressive neuroendocrine carcinomas with poor differentiation (NECs). Esophageal neuroendocrine carcinomas (NECs) are an uncommon and aggressive kind of esophageal

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Open Thoracic Surgery for Removal of a Two-Year-Old Impacted Esophageal Coin and Literature Update

Introduction: Esophageal foreign bodies, both in children and adults, are significant and severe causes of morbidity and mortality, typically due to serious complications such as perforation, necrosis, mediastinitis and fistulation. For both men and women, it has identical predilections. Fast

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