A Case of Lip Foreign Body; Introducing an Innovative Removal Method

  • saeed safari
  • Alireza Baratloo
Keywords: Foreign bodies, case reports, emergency service, hospital


Foreign bodies commonly enter the human body due to traumatic injuries and rarely do so iatrogenically. Reporting various cases of foreign bodies and the treatments used, can help other physicians act more experienced in probable similar situations. This article introduces the case of an uncommon foreign body in inferior lip and its innovative removal procedure.


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