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Duodenal Perforation and Entero-osseous Fistula from Ingestion of a Fork Two Years Prior

Ross Alexander Ogilvie, Nancy Elizabeth Budorick.

Case report of a 21-year-old woman who experienced duodenal perforation two years after ingestion of a plastic fork. During surgical removal, it was discovered that a fistula had formed between her duodenum and iliac crest. Following debridement, the patient required treatment with long-term antibiotics.

Key words: Ingestion Foreign body Fistula Perforation

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