Introduction: The management of foreign bodies (FBs) penetrating the head and neck district is a condition rare but at risk for the patient’s life because this district is particularly rich in vital structures. Therefore, their management requires a multidisciplinary approach. Materials and methods: In this study we retrospectively examine two emblematic cases among 183 that occurred in our hospital from January 2008 to December 2017. Results: There were 183 cases of FBs of the head and neck district submitted to extraction with a range of age of between 18 months old and 79 years old. Of 183 patients, 112 were children, 60 were adults. The incidence was prevalent among children, with 112 cases against 60 cases in adults (including 11 post-dental care cases). Only 2 remaining cases described are characterized by the involvement of several districts Conclusion: Both cases evidenced like as a multidisciplinary approach is important to minimize potential complications and sequelae.

Freni, F., Galletti, B., Bruno, R., Martines, F., Abita, P., Gazia, F., et al. (2019). Multidisciplinary approach in the removal of post-trauma foreign bodies in the head and neck district: Cases report and review of literature. ACTA MEDICA MEDITERRANEA, 35(1), 405-410 [10.19193/0393-6384_2019_1_66].

Multidisciplinary approach in the removal of post-trauma foreign bodies in the head and neck district: Cases report and review of literature

Martines, Francesco;Abita, Pietro;
2019

Abstract

Introduction: The management of foreign bodies (FBs) penetrating the head and neck district is a condition rare but at risk for the patient’s life because this district is particularly rich in vital structures. Therefore, their management requires a multidisciplinary approach. Materials and methods: In this study we retrospectively examine two emblematic cases among 183 that occurred in our hospital from January 2008 to December 2017. Results: There were 183 cases of FBs of the head and neck district submitted to extraction with a range of age of between 18 months old and 79 years old. Of 183 patients, 112 were children, 60 were adults. The incidence was prevalent among children, with 112 cases against 60 cases in adults (including 11 post-dental care cases). Only 2 remaining cases described are characterized by the involvement of several districts Conclusion: Both cases evidenced like as a multidisciplinary approach is important to minimize potential complications and sequelae.
Freni, F., Galletti, B., Bruno, R., Martines, F., Abita, P., Gazia, F., et al. (2019). Multidisciplinary approach in the removal of post-trauma foreign bodies in the head and neck district: Cases report and review of literature. ACTA MEDICA MEDITERRANEA, 35(1), 405-410 [10.19193/0393-6384_2019_1_66].
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