Metallic body foreign language - case report
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Probably every laryngologist in his career will face off an issue of foreign body removal. It can be problematic especially that foreign body cause the trauma of surrounding tissues or may translocate unpredictably. A space of the middle and lower throat is the most common location. Occasionally it can be located in less obviously place, which force the laryngologist to prevent more viligant diagnostic. A foreign body pounded within soft tissue of the oral cavity is the example. A case report of a metallic foreign body inherent in the tongue for more than six weeks before the final treatment is presented.
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