This finding corroborates the opinion that oesophagoscopy
shoud not be rushed in the patients who did not have any previous oesophageal obstruction since spontaneous food bolus propulsion can happen, as claimed by Ko et al .
Foreign bodies from the digestive tract are usually removed by rigid oesophagoscopy
but in certain cases flexible upper gastrointestinal endoscopy may be required.
He was planned and prepared for rigid oesophagoscopy
under general anaesthesia.
MD=mandibular distraction, PRS=Pierre Robin sequence, PDA=patent ductus arteriosus, nCPAP=nasal continuous positive airway pressure, NICU=neonatal intensive care unit, NPA=nasopharyngeal airway, FOI=fibreoptic intubation, LBO=laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy and oesophagoscopy
, OR=operating room, MRI=magnetic resonance imaging, GI=gastrointestinal.
Direct laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy and oesophagoscopy
were performed before operating if injuries to the respiratory or food passages were suspected.
The proponents of selective exploration on the basis of special investigations allude to the high rate of negative explorations in mandatory neck explorations and the excellent sensitivity of special investigations such as angiography, oesophagography, oesophagoscopy
and flexible laryngotracheobronchoscopy in excluding clinically significant injuries.
Cervical oesophageal perforation caused by diagnostic flexible oesophagoscopy
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One patient developed abscess 4 days after Oesophagoscopy
was performed for foreign body removal.
Two elderly patients underwent rigid oesophagoscopy