A rare complication of fish consumption.
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Woman walks into an emergency room complaining of a sore throat after eating fish the previous morning. On exam, she has a lump in her neck. So they take a scalpel, slice it open, and what pops out but a fish bone! A migrating fish bone presenting as an acute onset of a neck lump. It went out of her throat next to her voicebox, into her neck, and just barely missed her carotid artery, in which case she would have probably bled to death—but, thankfully, it missed the artery and after 5 days in the hospital and she was all better.
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