A challenging case of esophageal perforation
Esophageal perforation is a fatal entity if not diagnosed in a timely fashion. Once diagnosed, it requires collaborative effort of team of doctors including radiologists, thoracic surgeons and general surgeons. We share hereby our experience with esophageal perforation and successful outcome.
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