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CJP 2018, 4(1): 294-296 Back to browse issues page
Vomiting recurrence after para-esophageal hernia repair according to foreign body ingestion: A case report
Sanaz Mehrabani * , Abbas Hadipour
Non-Communicable Pediatric Diseases Research Center, Health Research Institute, Babol University of Medical Sciences, Babol, IR Iran , mehrabanisanaz@yahoo.com
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Background: Foreign body ingestion and food bolus impaction are among frequent causes of mortality in pediatrics.
Case report: An 18-month girl who had foreign body ingestion presenting with recurrent vomiting after para-esophageal hernia repair was referred to Amirkola Children's Hospital. She underwent open surgery, but the symptoms re-occurred. Endoscopic evaluation showed foreign bodies in the esophagus, removed by endoscopic basket.
Conclusions: After hiatal hernia or any esophageal surgery in children with recurrence of vomiting, the foreign body ingestion should be considered.
Keywords: Foreign Body, Para-Esophageal Hernia, Pediatric
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Mehrabani S, Hadipour A. Vomiting recurrence after para-esophageal hernia repair according to foreign body ingestion: A case report. CJP. 2018; 4 (1) :294-296
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