Spear gun penetrating injury (SPGI) in the head and neck region albeit uncommon, can present with various challenges in management. We present a case of a male patient who sustained an intentional spear gun injury spanning infratemporal, transoropharyngeal and transcervical regions .The challenges and management outcomes of this case will be highlighted.
01 Feb, 2017
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