Clinical Case Database / Category: Case Based Discussion
Pharyngeal pouch / zenker diverticulum
Dr G Dimbleby MBChB, Dr Osama Hamarneh SpR ENT
Foundation Years Journal, volume 4, issue 7, p.40 (123Doc Education, London, July 2010)
This case based discussion focuses on the presentation and management options of a pharyngeal pouch in a 72-year-old woman.
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Dr G Dimbleby MBChB
Foundation Year 1 ENT
Royal Wolverhampton Hospital
Wolverhampton, WV10 0QP
Dr Osama Hamarneh SpR ENT
New Cross Hospital
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