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We present a patient with an esophageal foreign body complicated by severe esophageal stricture, which progressed to complete stricture after a period of follow-up. Transthoracic resection of the stricture with end-to-end anastomosis seemed to be a successful treatment in this transmural...
1. 1. The most common site of ENL is the head and neck, with Waldeyer's ring and specifically, the tonsil, standing as the most frequent area of involvement. Most patients have intermediate or high-grade histologies. 2. 2. Patients present with identical signs and symptoms as squamous cell...
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