foreign body obstruction

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for·eign bod·y ob·struc·tion

(fōrin bodē ŏb-strŭkshŭn)
Blockage of a passageway by something external; for example, food blocking the trachea, which prevents passage of air.
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On the basis of contrast radiography, the case was tentatively diagnosed as intestinal foreign body obstruction.
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Results of transthoracic esophagostomy retrieval of esophageal foreign body obstruction in dogs: 14 cases (2000-2004).

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