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Am Fam Physician. 2006 Apr 15;73(8):1332.

The article “Foreign Body Ingestion in Children” (July 15, 2005, page 287) contained an error in the abstract. The following sentence contained a typographic error and was missing a phrase: “Foreign bodies lodged in the esophagus should be removed endoscopically, but some small, blunt objects may be pulled out using a Foley catheter or bougie.” The sentence should have been: “Foreign bodies lodged in the esophagus should be removed endoscopically, but some small, blunt objects may be pulled out using a Foley catheter or pushed into the stomach using bougienage.” The online version of this article has been corrected.


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