Endoscopic Retrieval of an Oesophageal Foreign Body (Coin) in a 5-Year-Old Child: A Case Report

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Nasir Bari

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Foreign body ingestion is a common pediatric emergency, and coins are frequently encountered objects. This case report describes the successful endoscopic removal of a coin lodged in the mid-esophagus of a 5-year-old child. The clinical presentation, diagnostic approach, endoscopic intervention, and post-procedural outcomes are discussed. Emphasizing the importance of prompt intervention, this report contributes to the literature on the endoscopic management of esophageal foreign bodies in pediatric patients.

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Endoscopic Retrieval of an Oesophageal Foreign Body (Coin) in a 5-Year-Old Child: A Case Report. IJOMCR. 2024;5(1):7-9. doi:10.5281/zenodo.10463785
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Endoscopic Retrieval of an Oesophageal Foreign Body (Coin) in a 5-Year-Old Child: A Case Report. IJOMCR. 2024;5(1):7-9. doi:10.5281/zenodo.10463785

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