foreign body granuloma


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for·eign bod·y gran·u·lo·ma

a granuloma caused by the presence of foreign particulate material in tissue, characterized by a histiocytic reaction with foreign body giant cells.
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for·eign bod·y gran·u·lo·ma

(fōr'ĕn bod'ē gran'yū-lō'mă)
A granuloma caused by the presence of foreign particulate material in tissue, characterized by a histiocytic reaction with foreign body giant cells.
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In addition, foreign body granulomas developed against the hair shaft [Figures 7 and 8].
Foreign body granuloma is another type of non caseating granulomas caused by foreign body agent with typical foreign body type giant cells, histiocytes and other inflammatory cells.10
As a result, a foreign body granuloma is formed at the site of the sting [4,6].
However, number 5 Ethibond has the potential to cause osteolysis due to a foreign body granuloma, as in the present case.
Four patients diagnosed clinically as foreign body granulomas, presenting with indolent, asymptomatic nodules over different areas of the body like breast (Scar), forehead, forearm with antihelix and lower leg were biopsied.
Sarcoidosis versus foreign body granulomas. Int J Dermatol.
However, in patients with fat necrosis, localized abscesses or foreign body granulomas, the most common finding on sonography was localized masses with coarse margins and showed avascularity or low blood supply.
Differential diagnosis of scar sarcoidosis includes infectious skin diseases such as mycobacterium and spirochete infections, Crohn's disease, rosacea, foreign body granuloma, and keloid scarring.
Cases of foreign body granuloma on the thumbs or hands have been reported after rubbing mercurial ointments (Bradberry et al.
BENIGN LESIONS: Out of the 50 cases were diagnosed as benign lesions, 26 cases were diagnosed as fibroadenoma, 6 cases as fat necrosis, 5 cases as fibrocystic disease, 4 cases of phyllodes tumor, 2 cases as foreign body granuloma, 2 cases as benign lesion and 1 case as benign inflammatory lesion.
A careful evaluation of the radio density and the deviation of the normal anatomic structure of the hard palate on the right side were evaluated to locate the foreign body however an IOPA of the lip would have been more informative and evaluative, hannon et al reported a silica granuloma of the lip (5) odell et al reported a foreign body giant cell reaction elicited by a haemostatic alginate, (6) owens et al published a study showing oral amalgam tattoos accounted for almost 1% of approximately 19000 pathology reports on file, (7) Ding et al reported foreign body granuloma in the sub mental region due to fish bone.