phytobezoar


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phy·to·be·zoar

n. fitobezoar, concreción formada por fibra vegetal que se deposita en el estómago o el intestino y no se digiere.
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(3) published a review of adult cases with Coca-Cola administration and reported complete phytobezoar dissolution in 50% of cases and partial dissolution and concomitant endoscopic removal in additional 41.3% cases.
The patient was subjected to an exploratory laparotomy with a midline incision and a phytobezoar (4x7 cm) was removed through an ileotomy at the longitudinal axis.
Other causes were as follows: perforation of Meckel's diverticulum (8 patients, 22.8%), phytobezoar (6 patients, 17.1%), non-specific inflammation (5 patients, 14.2%), intestinal tuberculosis (3 patients, 8.5%), multiple perforations (possibly due to microembolism; one patient, 2.8%), radiation enteritis (1 patient, 2.8%), and a foreign body (fishbone; one patient, 2.8%) (Table-III) (Fig.
Data on patients diagnosed with phytobezoar in the Gaziosmanpasa University School of Medicine, Department of General Surgery from 2010 to 2016 were collected.
Cervera-Rodilla, "Wernicke's encephalopathy, wet beriberi, and polyneuropathy in a patient with folate and thiamine deficiency related to gastric phytobezoar," Case Reports in Neurological Medicine, vol.
The differential diagnosis of enterolithiasis includes calcified abscess, possibly due to Crohn's disease, possibly ingested foreign body, phytobezoar, trichobezoar, lactobezoar or pharmacobezoar, calcified neoplasm, undescendant testicle, teratoma, and abscess due to Crohn's disease [1].
After blunt dissection of underlying tissues, obstructive site in oesophagus was approached and linear incision was made on it to exteriorize the obstructive material, phytobezoar (Fig.
* Stones and phytobezoar (A bezoar of vegetable fibres) in Meckel's diverticulum.
Ventricular phytobezoar impaction in three Micronesian kingfishers (Halcyon cinnamomina cinnamomina).
The true types are uncommon and formed by the precipitation of alimentary chime while the false types result from the agglutination of indigestible foreign materials like seeds, bone, vegetable material (phytobezoar), hair (trichobezoar), and so forth [2].
The classification of bezoars depends on their composition: trichobezoar includes hair; phytobezoar, vegetable matter such as skin, seeds, and fiber; lactobezoar, undigested milk curd; and lithobezoar, mud and stones.
(1,2,3,4) They are classified into different types: Phytobezoar, Trichobezoar, Lactobezoar, and Hard concretions.