Year: 1984 Source: American Journal of Diseases of Children, v.138, (September 1984), p.863-865 SIEC No: 19850488

A review of records of 79 consecutive patients younger than 20 years, first seen with a history of corrosive ingestion, indicated that the presence of 2 or more of the following symptoms may be a reliable predictor of esophageal injury: vomiting, drooling, stridor.