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A boy aged 1year presented with persistent cough, sputum and fever for last two months which is not subsiding inspite of antibiotic therapy. For last 15 days symptoms were deteriorating and not responding to medical management. Chest X-ray shows a pin in the right main bronchus with more radiolucency of right lung. CT scan shows radiodense linear opacity in the right lower lobe primary and secondary bronchus with partial collapse consolidation of right lower lobe medial basal and lateral basal segment. Rigid bronchoscopic removal was tried but failed. Ultimately thoracotomy was done to remove the foreign body.
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Author(s): Sandeep Kumar Kar Deepanwita Das Chaitali Sen Riju Bhattacharya and Asit Munsi
chest infection, right bronchus, thoracotomy, Clinical and Diagnosis, Medical trials, Bronchiolitis