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Figures A, B, and C track the course of a 1½-inch tack traversing the GI tract of a 2-year-old. Photos courtesy of John Harrington, MD Click here to go back to the beginning
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Figures A, B, and C track the course of a 1½-inch tack traversing the GI tract of a 2-year-old.
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