foreign body in throat

foreign body in throat

Etymology: OFr, forain + AS, bodig + throte
anything found in the throat that is not normally present. A common foreign body in the throat is a posteriorly displaced tongue.
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06%, 72) of children reported with foreign body in throat or oesophagus which included coin in 50 cases followed by small battery in 16 cases and chicken bone in 3.
06%, 72) of children reported with foreign body in throat or oesophagus which included coin in 50 cases followed by battery in 16 cases and chicken bone in 3, and the most common site of lodgement was the upper end of oesophagus.