maintained that no foreign body reaction
to collagen/Vicryl occurred after 3 months, but that foreign body reaction
to LHD and swine skin persisted.
Cellular and molecular dynamics in the foreign body reaction
. Tissue Eng 2006;12(7):1955-70.
(1,2,5,7,8,14,15) FG has several benefits such as shorter operation time than suturing, less corneal irritation, less granulomatous foreign body reaction
and stromal inflammation.
In our study, the histological and immunofluorescence evaluation showed that the continuous degradation of PCL/PTMC scaffolds induced a stronger macrophage-mediated foreign body reaction
than PCL scaffold.
The body's response to implanted medical devices comprises a series of events, beginning with acute inflammatory response, followed by chronic inflammatory response, granulation tissue development, and foreign body reaction
to implanted biomaterials.
Other disadvantages of glue include: the cost (about $30 per vial), the frequent necessity of subcutaneous sutures (because the glue cannot be placed inside a wound due to the risk of a foreign body reaction
), and that the glue can be picked off or dissolved with petrolatumbased products such as Polysporin.
Among noninfectious cases, granulomatous perichondritis of the nasal ala, sarcoidlike foreign body reaction
from multiple piercing, paraphimosis from a distal penis pierce, and speech impairment, together with difficulty in chewing and swallowing from oral jewelry, have been reported (1,2,9,10).
Pseudofolliculitis barbae, also known as "razor bumps," is an inflammatory foreign body reaction
thought to be produced by curved hairs growing back into the skin, said Dr.
Facial nerves of the rats were histopathologically examined in terms of inflammation, formation of granulation tissue, and foreign body reaction
and scored as follows:
The presence of the molar orthodontic tube foreign body reaction
was suspected as the most probable cause of the recurrent right cheek pain and swelling associated with an intraoral discharging sinus.
It may be associated with a foreign body reaction
, which appears as a homogeneous mass surrounding the dense wooden foreign body with a density similar to the adjacent extraocular muscles.
Diagnosis of maxillary sinus CG is based on microscopic analysis of a foreign body reaction
characterized by foreign body giant cells and longitudinal cholesterol clefts, granulocytes, foam cells, and macrophages filled with hemosiderin [2, 3].