Body

(redirected from foreign body)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Body

The main part of a document or advertisement. The body provides the most detailed information compared to other parts of a document. Especially in marketing, it is intended to elicit the desired response from the reader.
References in periodicals archive ?
Rigid bronchoscopy is one of the best method of removal of foreign body airway as it ensures patency of the airways during removal, prevents the foreign body from damaging the mucosa as the foreign body is usually pulled into the lumen of the bronchoscope and ensures adequate ventilation during the procedure1,2.
Patients who presented with history of foreign body in ear, nose and throat to the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at MOSC Medical College Hospital, Kolenchery during the period of three years i.
When performed by a clinician who is familiar with the use of appropriate endoscopic equipment and techniques, endoscopic foreign body removal proved to be an effective, safe, and minimally invasive procedure, considered superior to traditional proventriculotomy/ventriculotomy.
Esophageal perforation by foreign body allows introduction of pathogens into the mediastinum, which results in life-threatening mediastinitis.
The swallowing of a foreign body is a frequent reason for presentation at the emergency department.
A CT scan revealed that the foreign body had penetrated the left ethmoidal sinus through the medial wall of the orbit and reached the anterior skull base, with about 8 mm penetrating into the intracranial region [Figure 1]a,[Figure 1]b,[Figure 1]c.
It was decided to surgically remove the foreign body and written informed consent from the patient was obtained.
In other cases, segmental resection with primary anastomosis using surgical staplers might seem appropriate especially in cases of perforation with foreign body.
As a rule, removal of a foreign body from the rectum requires experience, with particular care when using various means of extraction, to minimize damage to the mucous membrane.
Conclusion: Foreign body aspiration history should be questioned in pediatric age group who are followed up and treated due to lung infection.
Tracheobronchial foreign body aspiration (FBA) is a common and life-threatening problem among children.
Corneal opacity was observed around the site of foreign body penetration.

Full browser ?