Friday, June 23, 2017


46 year old male patient with a 2-hour history of foreign body sensation  and odynophagia after eating fish. An indirect laryngoscopy was performed which revealed a fishbone in the supraglottic area, from epiglottis laryngeal surface to posterior hypopharyngeal wall. The fishbone was removed in office, using indirect laryngoscopy and a 90 degree clamp.
Taken with an iphone 5s with Endoscope-i, using 4mm 70 degree endoscope.
Fishbone after removal

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