Airway foreign body in child
C/o breathlessness. H/O 'eating' ground nuts 2 days back.
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Opaque left hemithorax is noted with mediastinal pull.
Right lung herniation is noted to left side.
Ultrasound showed left lung collapse. NO effusion.
In view of history and clinical back ground, left bronchus foreign body was suspected.
A ground nut was removed by bronchoscopy after few hrs. It was in left main bronchus.
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