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O Wenker. Questions and Answers. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology. 1996 Volume 1 Number 3.
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A crawfish stuck in the esophagus. The patient was known to have an esophageal stricture and had to chew the food real well before swallowing it. He was invited to a crawfish party and forgot to wear his dentures. He swallowed the crawfish and it got stuck and had to be removed under general anesthesia the same night.
The patient was advised to use his dentures in the future.
The Dobhoff feeding tube is in the right main bronchus instead of stomach!