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Journal:   INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS   March 2017 , Volume 5 , Number 3 (39); Page(s) 4449 To 4455.

Save the Children from Gastric and Intestinal Perforation Secondary to Small Magnet Ingestion by Educating Families with the Help of Pediatricians

Author(s):  KARJOO MANOOCHEHR*, Dragnich Alexander, KARJOO SARA, Warsi QurratulAnn
* Golisano Childrens Hospital, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY 13210 USA
The ingestion of foreign bodies is a comprehensive problem affecting the pediatric population, especially under 5 years of age. The ingestion of 2 or more magnets may lead to their attraction over planes of intervening soft tissue with enough force to cause significant complications including obstruction, fistula formation or even perforation. This case series report have documented the cases of 4 children age 2-9 years, who have experienced a variety of complications from magnet ingestion. Included are the cases of a 2 years old boy and 9 years old girl with bowel perforation, a 7 years old boy with mucosal erosion, and a 4 years old boy who underwent magnet retrieval before complications arose.
Keyword(s): Children, Intestinal Perforation, Foreign Body Ingestion, Magnet Ingestion
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