(Received 26 March 1987; accepted 2 June 1987)
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Three cases of asphyxial deaths as a result of aspiration of dental appliances are presented. The possible association of this condition with resuscitative effort and patient debilitation is discussed. A recommendation to improve diagnosis and facilitate resuscitation is offered.
Director of pathology, St. Joseph Riverside Hospital, Warren, OH
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