foreign body

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foreign body

n (frm) → corpo estraneo
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Management of an esophageal foreign body depends on its type and location.
(1,9) Esophageal foreign body ingestion is the number one cause of mortality from unintentional injury in children under 1 year of age.
Ruben (1997) reported risk of post operative complications associated with esophagotomy as incisional dehiscence and fistula formation but in our study the non invasive technique of retrieval of esophageal foreign body avoided post-operative esophagotomy complications, cost of surgery, cost of post-operative treatment and surgical stress to animals.
But these two methods of examination are most common in esophageal foreign body examinations.
Arganbright, "Migrated esophageal foreign body presents as acute onset dysphagia years later: a case report," International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, vol.
Whitaker, "Esophageal foreign body causing direct aortic injury," Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
In recent years either flexible or rigid endoscopes has been the most common approach for removal of impacted esophageal foreign body.
The work was carried out with dogs with endoscopic diagnosis of an esophageal foreign body. The evaluation parameters were: origin of the patient (referred or internal), sex, age of the patient; dividing this segment in 5 groups: a) less than a year old, b) patients from 1 to 4 years old, c) from 5 to 7 years old, d) from 8 to 10 years old and d) older than 11.
Our results are also consistent with these studies with coin being the most common esophageal foreign body in pediatric age group.
Vocal cord paralysis and mediastinal mass: An unusual esophageal foreign body presentation.
Esophageal foreign body ingestions are usually symptomatic causing drooling, gagging and refusal of oral intake.