UNUSUAL FOREIGN BODIES IN GIT
AbstractA wide variety of foreign bodies have been found in the gastrointestinal tract and ingeniousmethods have been used for their removal. Recently several reports have shown the usefulness offibropticendoscopes in removing foreign bodies from upper and lower parts of GIT. In this reportwe describe a child in whom nature and number of foreign bodies necessitated the use of rigidsigmoidoscopes for removal.
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