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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (4 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

Gastroenterology Atlas

After reaching the stomach, a foreign body has greater than a 90% chance of passage. Coins reaching the stomach are very likely to pass into the small bowel. Objects larger than 2 cm in diameter are...

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (6 of 9)
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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (6...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The prothesis was a successful management endoscopically Observe at the right of the dental bridge has a sharp edge. The typical cause of swallowed GI foreign bodies is accidental. To be considered:...

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (7 of 9)
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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (7...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The most common cause of GI foreign bodies in adults involves food that does not pass through the esophagus because of underlying mechanical problems. In adults, accidental swallowing involves toothpicks,...

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (8 of 9)
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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (8...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Abdominal Rx suggest that this foreign body is located immediately after the Treitz angle. Sharp objects should be retrieved from the stomach because 15 to 35% will cause intestinal perforation, but...

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (9 of 9)
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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (9...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A close up of this ingested dental prothesis Most foreign objects that have passed into the small intestine usually traverse the GI tract without problem, even if they take weeks or months to do so....

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (1 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Psychiatric patients may swallow a wide variety of objects, including multiple objects, large objects, and bizarre items. The treatment of patients with suspected radiopaque foreign bodies is usually...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (2 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Pathophysiology Foreign bodies may involve the entire upper GI tract. The oropharynx is well innervated, and patients can typically localize oropharyngeal foreign bodies. Scratches or abrasions to...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (3 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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The esophagus is a tubular structure approximately 20-25 cm in length. Patients can usually localize foreign bodies in the upper esophagus but localize them poorly in the lower two thirds of the structure....

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (5 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Multiple objects are seen as key, nails, screws, plastic syringes, plastic spoon, coins etc. Dollar coins are currency as this is the currency used in the Republic of El Salvador

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (6 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract At the left of the image are plastic syringes that were swallowed during hospitalization in a psychiatric hospital. The image below is a pvc pipe fitting, also...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (7 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Gastrointestinal (GI) foreign bodies present a diverse set of challenges to the emergency physician. Presentations range from the obvious to the occult, from the mundane to the bizarre, and from the...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (8 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Children account for about 80% of cases of ingested foreign bodies and tend to ingest coins, toys, and other small objects left within their reach. Adult patients at highest risk include psychiatric...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (9 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Ingested foreign bodies frequently become lodged in the esophagus, often requiring urgent removal. Much more rarely, objects fail to pass the pylorus or the ileocecal valve. More than 80% of ingested...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (10 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Rectal foreign bodies are usually the result of sexual misadventure or assault, although occasionally a patient will present with an ingested foreign body, such as an animal bone, that passes through...

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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract (11 of 12)
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Multiple Foreign bodies in the GI tract...

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Healthy adults with ingested foreign bodies often give a clear history of the inciting incident and may report a foreign body sensation if the object is lodged in the upper esophagus where somatic...

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Fistula in Ano (1 of 7)
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Fistula in Ano (1 of 7)

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Fistula-In-Ano: External opening of fistulus tract is apparent in photo above. Proximal opening would be at level of crypts, within the anal canal. Fistulas are frequently associated with perirectal...

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Fistula in Ano (7 of 7)
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Fistula in Ano (7 of 7)

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An anal fistula usually lasts until it is surgically removed. The fistula tract must be opened along with the source of the infection. Usually, tissue around the external opening and the internal opening...

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Colonoscopy observing a trichuris in the cecum (4 of 8)
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Colonoscopy observing a trichuris in the...

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The pathologist performed a hematoxylin and eosin staining of the secretion surrounding the parasite, the eggs are microscopically observed that are characteristic of whipworm.

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Colonoscopy observing a trichuris in the cecum (7 of 8)
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Colonoscopy observing a trichuris in the...

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Part of the parasite observed under the microscope

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Colonoscopy observing a trichuris in the cecum (8 of 8)
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Colonoscopy observing a trichuris in the...

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The whipworm after removal from the cecum

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (5...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The video clips shows the extraction from jejuno to the mouth, here the image shows that foreign body is at the esophagus.

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (4...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A variety of foreign bodies may enter the GI tract. Many pass spontaneously, but some become impacted, causing symptoms of obstruction. Perforation may occur. The esophagus is the most common (75%)...

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (3...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Foreign bodies in the upper GI tract are usually swallowed, purposefully or accidentally. Undigestible objects may be intentionally swallowed by children and demented adults. Denture wearers, the...

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (2...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Patient underwent endoscopic procedure An enteroscope was used to manipulate this prothesis using a diathermy loop.

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Dental Prothesis Found in the Jejuno (1...

Gastroenterology Atlas

This 63 year-old woman, inadvertently ingested her dental bridge at midnight, 12 hours later ask for medical assistance, a plain abdominal Rx suggest that this foreign body is located immediately after...

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Juvenile polyps in a 15 year-old girl (2...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Endoscopic Polypectomy of a rectal juvenile polyp.

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Juvenile polyps in a 15 year-old girl (1...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Juvenile polyps in a 15 year-old girl. She presented rectal hemorrhage for a week. The image displays a bleeding juvenile polyp. The video displays two rectal polyps.

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Large and long stalk villous adenoma inserting...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Polyps are classified based on the type of tissue they contain: Tubular adenomas are the most common type. About 80% to 86% of adenomatous polyps are this type. Tubular adenomas are the polyps that...

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CBVT application in lateral luxation injuries...

Antonis Chaniotis

CBVT application in lateral luxation injuries (HD).

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