Esophageal fishbone impaction as a result of ingestion of trapoen (Surinamese dried fish)
Endoscopy , Volume 48 p. E3
A 47-year-old man from Surinam came to the emergency room because of a progressive burning chest pain. The pain had arisen acutely 2 days previously during dinner, increasing over time and restricting his oral intake because eating aggravated the pain.
The patient had a medical history of chronic alcoholic pancreatitis and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Physical examination revealed an ill and confused man with fever and tachycardia. [...]
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Mahajan, M, Spaander, M.C.W, & van Lanschot, J.J.B. (2016). Esophageal fishbone impaction as a result of ingestion of trapoen (Surinamese dried fish). Endoscopy (Vol. 48). doi:10.1055/s-0035-1569660