Swallowed dentures: Two cases and a review

  title={Swallowed dentures: Two cases and a review},
  author={Mahir Gachabayov and Mubariz Isaev and Lala Orujova and Emin Isaev and Evgeniy Yaskin and Dmitriy Neronov},
  booktitle={Annals of medicine and surgery},
INTRODUCTION Denture ingestion or aspiration is a problem requiring awareness of different specialists including dentists, surgeons, otolaryngologists, anesthesiologists etc. in terms of prevention, early diagnosis and adequate treatment. Complications of swallowed dentures include hollow viscus necrosis, perforation, penetration to neighbor organs leading to fistulae, bleeding and obstruction. PRESENTATION OF CASES First case is a 54-year-old female who accidentally swallowed retractable one… CONTINUE READING
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