Duodenocecal Fistula Developing after Hairpin Ingestion: A Case Report
AbstractAbstractForeign body ingestion is quite a common pheno-menon in pediatric population and presents with a wide range of clinical manifestations. This is a case report of hair pin ingestion which presented in pedia-tric surgery emergency one year post ingestion with duodenocecal fistula and was managed with removal of hair pin and repair of duodenal and cecal fistula rents primarily.
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