foreign body in ear

foreign body in ear

Etymology: OFr, forain + AS, bodig + eare
any object found in the ear canal that is not normally part of it, such as a bean, insect, or pebble.
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Patients who presented with history of foreign body in ear, nose and throat to the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at MOSC Medical College Hospital, Kolenchery during the period of three years i.
All patients irrespective of age presenting to this tertiary care hospital with a clinical diagnosis of foreign body in ear, nose, and throat were included in this study.
History, presenting symptoms and signs of patients with a clinical diagnosis of foreign body in ear, nose and throat were recorded.
Majority of patients who presented with foreign body in ear, nose and throat were in the age group below 10 years of age (Figure-1).
Foreign body in ear, nose and throat is a commonly encountered emergency in day-to-day otorhinolaryngology practice.
Technique and instruments commonly employed for removal of foreign body in ear were Crocodile micro ear forceps under microscope and Rose Eustachian tube catheter by anterior rhinoscopy in nose similar to the various techniques described by Davis et al.
Foreign body in ear, nose and throat: experience in a tertiary hospital.
13%) children reported with history of foreign body in ear which included pea in 8 cases, eraser in 8 cases followed by 4 cases of pebble in ear and 2 cases each of remote button, maize seed and peanut.
13%) children reported with history of foreign body in ear which included pea in 8 cases, eraser in 8 cases followed by pebbles in 4 cases and 2 cases each of remote button, maize seed and a peanut which is in corroboration with other studies.