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[az_accordion_section] [accordion title=”What the diagnosis?” id=”acc-1″]Tooth in the Airway[/accordion] [accordion title=”More Information” id=”acc-2″]After an emergency intubation with rapid sequence induction, this trauma patient was taken to CT scan where two abnormalities were detected. A cervical spine fracture is visible in this cut, as is a foreign body – a tooth, knocked loose during laryngoscopy. The tooth was later successfully removed under direct laryngoscopy with forceps.[/accordion] [accordion title=”Resources” id=”acc-3″]To see more cases like this, visit Figure 1.
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