Accidentally ingested foreign body associated with liver actinomycosis: the diagnostic value of imaging.

Abstract

Accidental ingestion of foreign bodies is a relatively common situation, in the large majority of cases being followed by an unobserved passing of the objects through the digestive tract and their elimination in about a week. We present a patient with liver actinomycosis developed in relation with a gastric (antral) perforation secondary to accidental… (More)

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