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- Ideal location for a nasogastric tube: ip and sideport should be distal to the gastroesophageal junction.
- If the nasogastic tube is too high: aspiration may occur.
- If the nasogastric tube is placed in the trachea or a bronchus: Aspiration and/or hypoxemia may occcur
- Other complications: Intracranial nasogastric tube
 Imaging Findings