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Figure 2: A panel of endoscopic photographs representing dilatation of corrosive stricture in a 18-month-old infant where (a) view of a VTES corrosive stricture, (b) Endoscopic view of the same case showed gradual dilatation at 3 weeks, (c) View of the same at 6 weeks, (d) Photograph showed the fl uoroscopic guidance during the dilatation procedure with placement of guide wire, (e) Photograph of the same case at 3 months during dilatation procedure and (f) Endoscopic photograph of the same case 9 months post-dilatation

Figure 2: A panel of endoscopic photographs representing dilatation of corrosive stricture in a 18-month-old infant where (a) view of a VTES corrosive stricture, (b) Endoscopic view of the same case showed gradual dilatation at 3 weeks, (c) View of the same at 6 weeks, (d) Photograph showed the fl uoroscopic guidance during the dilatation procedure with placement of guide wire, (e) Photograph of the same case at 3 months during dilatation procedure and (f) Endoscopic photograph of the same case 9 months post-dilatation