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Journal of Trauma and Injury 2015;28(1):51-54.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20408/jti.2015.28.1.51    Published online March 30, 2015.
Colorectal Foreign Bodies: Six Cases Report and Review of the Literature
Hyoungran Kim, Seokho Choi, Jeongseok Yun
Trauma Center, Departments of General Surgery, Dankook University Hospital, Cheonan, Korea. dutheji77@naver.com
직장을 통해 들어간 대장과 직장의 이물: 증례보고
김형란, 최석호, 윤정석
단국대학교병원 외과 권역 외상센터
Received: 6 March 2015   • Revised: 19 March 2015   • Accepted: 19 March 2015
Abstract
The incidence of foreign body insertion in the anorectum is rare, however, it is increasing, especially in urban populations. Foreign objects in the anorectum can be of different sizes, shapes and materials. Frangible objects like glass or beakers, and sharp foreign bodies that may easily injure the bowel mucosa are particularly dangerous. Physicians have to consider more innovative options on how to extract these foreign bodies without inciting injury; and, if injury would occur, consider different techniques to repair it, whether transanally or transabdominally, and opt for primary repair, or resection with either anastomosis or stoma creation. Here, I introduce our cases with colorectal foreign bodies and present several literatures to help physicians decide when presented with cases like these.
Key Words: Anorectum; Foreign body; Extract


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