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Clinical characteristics of and therapeutic approach to complications due to the injection of foreign material in the face: a retrospective study

Shin DS, Son KM, Cheon JS, Choi WY, Choi MH

Background Soft tissue fillers are increasingly used to rejuvenate and beautify the body and face. Unknown foreign materials that have not always been proven to be safe for human use...
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Use of an insulated tip knife in the management of a common foreign body in a child

Rajput S, Bhatt P, Bachkaniwala V, Gandhi C, Pipavat R, Tadkalkar V, Bokarvadia R

A 2-year-old child presented with button battery (BB) ingestion that had taken place 5 months previously. The BB was impacted within the post-cricoid esophageal wall without an obvious perforation or...
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Removal of a Left Upper Lobar Bronchial Foreign Body Using Fogarty Catheter and Rigid Bronchoscope

Woo H, Kim SY, Kwon SK

Airway foreign body aspiration in children can lead to accidental death, due to the foreign body itself or the removal procedure. Depending on its location, removal of the foreign body...
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A Pictorial Review of Radiologic Findings of Foreign Bodies in the Thorax

Won HS, Cha YK, Kim JS, Jang SJ, Bak SH, Yoon HJ

Thoracic foreign bodies (FBs) are serious and relatively frequent in emergency departments. Thoracic FBs may occur in association with aspiration, ingestion, trauma, or iatrogenic causes. Imaging plays an important role...
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Hazard of Orbeez water-absorbent beads causing infantile small bowel obstruction: a report of two Korean cases

Jung E, Lee SH

  • KMID: 2527389
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2022 Feb;33(1):134-138.
Orbeez is a small toy made of a highly expandable, which has recently become popular in Korea. These beads can expand to 100 times or more its volume when in...
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Choking by Esophageal Foreign Body Impaction

Ha H, Kim D

Esophageal foreign body impaction may be fatal secondary to occlusion of the glottis or external compression of the membranous portion of the trachea. A 14-year-old adolescent female was admitted to...
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Minimally invasive removal of facial foreign body granulomas

Choi J, Ko G, Kwon H, Ha Y, Kim S, Kyung H, Oh SH, Song SH

Background Various materials, commonly called fillers, have been developed and are now used for cosmetic and reconstruction purposes. Indiscriminate injections of illegal and unknown substances have various side effects, among...
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Foreign Body Complications in Ears due to Mishandled Hearing Aid Fitting and Proposed Clinical Guidelines to Address the Complications

Cho EH, Cho EH, Shim L, Shim L, Choi HG, Choi HG, Hong SK, Hong SK, Kim HJ, Kim HJ, Lee HJ, Lee HJ

Background: South Korea has one of the world’s fastest aging populations and is witnessing increased age-related hearing impairment cases as well as an increase in the number of hearing aid...
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A case of stacked coin ingestion mistaken for button battery

Kim SR, Park JS, Oh SH, Lee JY

Button battery ingestion requires emergency endoscopic removal since severe complications, such as esophageal perforation, can develop within 4 hours of the ingestion. Given that guardians do not witness the children’s...
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Visual Disturbance Caused by a Nail Gun-Induced Penetrating Brain Injury

Ye JB, Sul YH, Kim SH, Lee JY, Lee JS, Kim HR, Yoon SY, Choi JH

Penetrating brain injury caused by a nail gun is an uncommon clinical scenario reported in the literature. A 36-year-old male presented with a nail that had penetrated through the occipital...
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Rhinolith: An incidental radiographic finding

Maheshwari N, Etikaala B, Syed AZ

Rhinoliths are foreign bodies composed of mineralised deposits in the nasal cavity that are rarely encountered in routine dental practice. The current report presents a case of a 77-year-old female...
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Impaction of a continuous glucose monitoring sensor

Park KC, Choi HJ

A 33-year-old man presented to the plastic surgery department for foreign body removal 1 month after the insertion of a continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) sensor (Dexcom G5) in the left...
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A Rare Case of Calcinosis Cutis: Easily Mistaken as a Foreign Body

Kim HI, Kim HS, Yi HS, Kim HY, Kim YS

Calcinosis cutis is a very rare disease characterized by insoluble calcium salt deposits in the skin. There are five types of calcinosis, dystrophic type being the most common among them....
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Foreign bodies in common bile duct in post cholecystectomy status— case series of 8 cases—A single center experience in western India

Desai PN, Patel CN, Kabrawala MV, Nandwani SK, Mehta RM, Kalra P, Prajapati R, Patel N, Parekh KK

Foreign bodies in common bile duct (CBD) are rare. Obstructive jaundice in patients who have undergone cholecystectomy may be due to a variety of causes. Common causes of obstruction in...
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Management of an Inappropriately Treated Case of Auricular Hematoma

Kim Y, Choi JW, Park YH

Othematoma is a condition in which blood collects beneath the perichondral layer of the pinna. Recurrent auricular hematoma can be a challenging medical problem, with complications resulting in ear deformity,...
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Factors affecting successful esophageal foreign body removal using a Foley catheter in pediatric patients

Lim D, Kim JK, Kim YJ, Cho YJ, Cho JW, Park J, Choe JY, Choe BH

Objective This study aimed to determine the factors that affect successful esophageal foreign body (FB) removal using a Foley catheter and to identify methods to increase the success rate. Methods In...
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A case of ingested water beads diagnosed with point-of-care ultrasound

Kim HB, Kim YB, Ko Y, Choi YJ, Lee J, Kim JH

A previously healthy 12-month-old girl presented to the emergency department with vomiting of water beads (superabsorbent polymer). The girl did not have clinical or radiographic signs of residual foreign bodies...
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Detection of different foreign bodies in the maxillofacial region with spiral computed tomography and cone-beam computed tomography: An in vitro study

Abolvardi M, Akhlaghian M, Shishvan HH, Dastan F

Purpose: The detection and exact localization of penetrating foreign bodies are crucial for the appropriate management of patients with dentoalveolar trauma. This study compared the efficacy of cone-beam computed tomography...
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Surgical Treatment for a Broken Acupuncture Needle in the Retroperitoneal Space: A Case Report

Kim HW, Kim SY, Song S, Kim YJ

Acupuncture is a well-known traditional medical procedure in Korea and is being increasingly used to treat various conditions including pain control, especially among the older generation. However, several problems related...
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Minimally invasive search for a missing vibrator

Marchand GJ, Azadi A, Brar AK, Sainz K, Anderson S, Ruther S, Ware K, Hopewell S, Brazil G, Meassick K, Wolf H, King A, Vallejo J, Cieminski K, Galitsky A

Objective To report a unique surgical procedure that was utilized to locate a missing vibrator in the pelvis of a patient. Emergency room admissions and surgery secondary to the malfunctioning...
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