Reports of foreign bodies in the oral cavity are few in number. Three cases of children of varying ages, presenting with oral foreign bodies, and their subsequent diagnosis and management, are described. The importance of considering foreign bodies, as part of a differential diagnosis in paediatric patients, where aetiology is uncertain and clinical appearance is unusual, is highlighted.
|Pages (from-to)||53-4, 57-8|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2009|