Surgical management of channel perforation by eaten chicken bone: A case report

Clinical Imaging and Case Reports

Surgical management of channel perforation by eaten chicken bone: A case report
Diham Zahi

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Chu ibn rochd Casablanca, Morocco

Correspondence to Author:Diham Zahi
Abstract:

Gastrointestinal perforation ensuing from feeding is rare. within the current report a case of a 60-year-old male with epithelial duct perforation caused by feeding chicken bone while not the patient awake to its accidental consumption is given. initially the chronicle the patient provided wasn’t feeding chicken bone before abdominal pain. Laboratory examinations, the plain abdominal X-ray and also the abdominal ultrosonography were routine. The higher abdominal pain was mitigated however not utterly disappeared once medical treatment. 5 days later, the abdominal pain was redoubled. increased CT scanning of the higher abdomen and stomachal examination disclosed a unsubdivided foreign body at the abdomen cavity and abdomen cavity. The patient later underwent open surgery. operating we have a tendency to found caul was lump and adhered to stomachal cavity, pus within the bodily cavity, and a unsubdivided bone cut from abdomen. The patient recovered well and was discharged on surgical day seven with none complications. this study discusses the clinical options and operation of this type of case.

Keywords:

foreign body; gastrointestinal perforation, gastrointestinal surgery.

Citation:

Diham Zahi. Surgical management of channel perforation by eaten chicken bone: A case report. Clinical Imaging and Case Reports 2019.