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Brystsmerter udløst af øsofagusruptur

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Boerhaave's syndrome or spontaneous oesophageal perforation is associated with significant mortality de-pending on time of diagnosis and initiation of treatment. However, the diagnosis is often delayed, as the condition mimics more frequent causes of chest- and abdominal pain. This case report describes a patient with severe upper ab-dominal and back pain following ructus in an effort to loosen a piece of candy stuck in the oesophagus. The case demon-strates, that Boerhaave's syndrome should always be con-sidered in patients presenting with acute chest- or upper abdominal pain.

Translated title of the contributionUpper abdominal pain caused by oesophageal perforation
Original languageDanish
Article numberV03170238
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume179
Issue number45
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 6 Nov 2017

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