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Arch Emerg Med. 1992 June; 9(2): 149–156.
PMCID: PMC1285852

The lateral soft tissue neck X-ray in accident and emergency medicine.


Five patients with upper aerodigestive tract pathology seen acutely in the Accident and Emergency department at St Mary's Hospital, London are presented. The value of the lateral soft tissue neck X-ray in their diagnosis is discussed.

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