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Management of orally ingested foreign bodies usually consists of endoscopic retrieval while the objects reside within the esophagus or stomach. Although most foreign bodies that pass through the pylorus will be excreted without incident, some may become impacted distally, resulting in obstruction or perforation. Appendiceal foreign bodies have been reported(More)
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