<< Evidence-Based Management Of Caustic Exposures In The Emergency Department

Differential Diagnosis

The differential diagnosis for caustic ingestion is limited. Ingestion of a caustic is usually reported in the history. Caustic ingestion should be considered in anyone who presents with evidence of airway obstruction, oropharyngeal or perioral dermal burns, or gastrointestinal tract perforation. 

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