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Correct Placement of Nasogastric Tube
This stock medical exhibit features a large anterior silhouette view of the head, neck and upper torso of an elderly white male figure revealing the pertinent internal anatomy of the respiratory and upper digestive systems including the esophagus, trachea, stomach and lungs. This image clearly shows a nasogastric tube coursing down through the nose and esophagus with the tip of the catheter within the stomach.