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Spontaneous retropharyngeal and cervical emphysema: A rare singer's injury

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November 1, 2005
by Neville P. Shine, AFRCS; Peter Lacy, MD; Brendan Conlon, MD; Donald McShane, FRCS
Spontaneous retropharyngeal and cervical emphysema is rare. We describe a case that was unusual in its etiology: the result of singing. Although this condition is usually benign, hospital admission for close observation and supportive therapy is prudent.

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