• Two patients seen In the emergency department with neck pain, dysphagia, and chest pain were found to have spontaneous pneumomediastinum. The need for inclusion of pneumomediastinum in the differential diagnosis in patients with these symptoms is suggested.
(Arch Intern Med 1984;144:392-393)
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