foreign bodies


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foreign bodies

n., pl. cuerpos extraños, máculas, materia o pequeños objetos ajenos al lugar en que se alojan.
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In the coaxial technique, foreign body and wire are caught by the snare after the wire is passed through the foreign body so that the tubular foreign bodies are drawn in a straight direction (10, 11).
"The foreign bodies (pebbles and coins) were extracted by surgery, and plain radiography was performed to confirm that there were no residual foreign bodies," the report read.
(5) Peanuts, seeds, food particles, hardware, and pieces of toys are commonly aspirated foreign bodies. (6) Taking a detailed medical history, performing appropriate physical examinations, and imaging are the first steps for the diagnosis and management of FBA.
There are a great number of various reports and reviews about foreign objects in every part of the body, but thoracic wall foreign bodies are rarely described, and there is no treatment consensus (1).
Very few cases report foreign bodies in the intestine of adult patients.
Out of all the ingested foreign bodies, 43.7% are organic, 56.3% are inorganic, and 2.4% are sewing needles.
Intra-articular foreign bodies can mimic different pathologies, for example, a monoarticular arthritis, a torn meniscus, and a chondral lesion, that cause recurrent pain or locking of the knee, especially if the foreign body is mobile within the knee joint.
Normally, these ingested foreign bodies pass spontaneously and the rest can be removed endoscopically; only few ingested foreign bodies lead to complications and need surgical intervention.
Objective: To describe the presentation and outcome of upper gastrointestinal (GI) foreign bodies in children.
(3) Perianal apse related to foreign bodies, which are among etiologic causes, is rarely encountered.
Forty-six children with foreign bodies in the external acoustic meatus comprised the study group, and 46 with non-ENT disorders comprised the control group.

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