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Perm Medical Journal
Aim. To study the clinical problems and develop the symptomatology of the foreign bodies (FB) of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Materials and methods. Ninety patients with GIT foreign bodies were observed over the period from 1997 to 2017. To diagnose, a complex of endoscopic and radial methods was used. Localization, size and type of the detected foreign bodies were compared with the symptoms revealed. Results. Fifty patients intentionally swallowed foreign bodies, 40 – accidentally.doi:10.17816/pmj35420-25 fatcat:t7ku5r4kjffdzehjpocyl4aory