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Tracheoesophageal fistula repair - series

Normal anatomy

Normal anatomy

Overview

The trachea and esophagus run next to each other through the chest cavity. The esophagus connects to the stomach, and carries food and saliva to the stomach. The trachea connects to the lungs and carries air to the lungs.

Update Date 1/31/2014

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