Foreign Body In Ear
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Foreign Body In Ear
Foreign Body In Ear
Foreign bodies can enter the human body by swallowing, insertion, or traumatic force, either accidentally or on purpose. The word "foreign" in this context means "originating elsewhere" or simply "outside the body."
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  • Ear Exam
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  • Removal of Foreign Body from Ear
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In medical terms, a foreign object is something that is in the body but does not belong there. It may be inserted into the body accidentally...
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