A case report on two superimposed foreign body coins in esophagus


  • Richa Gupta Department of ENT, S.S. Medical College, Rewa, M.P.
  • Manish Mittal Department of PSM, Pacific Medical College, Udaipur, Rajasthan




Coin, Foreign body, Oesophagus, Superimposed


Foreign body ingestion is a common occurence. We report a case of 8 year old male who presented with history of foreign body ingestion (coin).  He had frequent episodes of vomiting along with foreign body sensation. Later on two superimposed foreign body coins were removed by rigid oesophagoscopy.


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How to Cite

Gupta, R., & Mittal, M. (2017). A case report on two superimposed foreign body coins in esophagus. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 3(8), 2150–2152. https://doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20150347



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