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Foreign body in respiratory tract

Foreign body in respiratory tract is one of the common emergencies in otolaryngology. Most of them occur in children under the age of 5, and most of them are aged 1 ~ 3. If some foreign bodies are misdiagnosed and untreated, serious complications will occur and even life-threatening, which must be paid special attention to.


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