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Dysphagia after strangulation

| Reprints
September 7, 2012
by Jenna Briddell, MD; Andrew Mallon, DO; Rima A. DeFatta, MD; Farhad Chowdhury, DO; Matthew Nagorsky, MD, FACS

Patients with an isolated cornu fracture can be asymptomatic in the acute setting, only to develop symptoms of chronic odynophagia and globus sensation months after the inciting injury.

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