‼️Görüntüler rahatsız edici olabilir‼️ Bu çocuğumuzun adı “Leo”. 3 gündür kusma ve iştahsızlık şikayetiyle başka bir meslektaşımızda tedavideyken ilaçlı röntgen sonucu midede yabancı cisim şüphesi ile hastanemize yönlendirildi. Öncelikli olarak endoskopi yapılmak üzere anesteziye alındığında dil altına dolanan ve dili kesen ipi farkettik. Fotoğraflarda sizin de göreceğiniz üzere yemek borusu boyunca ipin ilerlediği ve mideyi geçerek bağırsaklara geçtiği görüldü. Endoskopi yardımıyla çıkarılamayacağı için acil operasyona alındı ve 3 günün sonunda MUTLU SON🙏 Bütün çocuklar Leo kadar şanslı olamayabilir, o yüzden kedi ve köpeklerimizi tehlike oluşturabilen cisimlerden uzak tutalım❗️ #peticalhayvanhastanesi#mersin#dog#surgery#foreignbody#veterinary#animal#endoscopy#rope#veterinarysurgery#internalmedicine#animalhospital#intestinal#obstruction
CAN YOU GUESS WHAT IT IS?!
First second we get to work and he have to ☓-Ray a dog that's eaten something 🤔 🏐🎾
He had to then have this removed right away 🤯
*permission to post from owner*
Budak Kecik Tcekik Tulang Besar 😰.
Budak Umur 5Tahun Makan Ikan. Sedap Sgt Agaknya Xperasan Ada Tulang Besar. Tulang Ikan Pjg Lebih Kurang 1 Inci Nii Nasib Baik Tersangkut Boleh Nampak & Mudah Ambil 😰.
Kalau Dia Tertelan Masok Dalam Tersangkut Lebih Bawah & Dalam Mmg Kena Hantar Hospital Biasa Dr Akan XRay Dulu Tgk Kat Mana Lokasi Tulang Then Baru Bagi Ubat Tido Baru Mudah Ambil. Sbb Kalau Jauh Kedalam Anak Meronta2 Caner Nak Masukkan Wayar Scope & Catch Tulang Tu👌🏼.
Alhamdulillah Dpt Ambil Tulang Dgn Cepat. Cuma Kena Pelekoh Pgg Reramai Lah Sbb Mmg Dia Takut & XNak Buka Mulut 😰😭.
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Graphic photos if swiping right! The first two are of a sweet pup 2 weeks post surgery for an exploratory laparotomy after ingesting a rope toy, given by a BOARDING FACILITY. Know your boarders and make sure your pups aren’t left with toys they can ingest. Iz had this rope in her stomach for 4 weeks before it obstructed. We got there just in time. #foreignbody#veterinarymedicine#bernesemountaindog#ropetoy
Someone loved his ball a biiit too much...
Remember the radiograph we posted a while ago? Our cute patient was playing fetch and got a bit carried away... no worries, our vet Dr Rob was pretty good at fetching too!
HERE WHEN YOU NEED US. Another Sunday emergency. Dr Rob is in surgery in our world class facility saving the animals.
1 246 days ago
A 52-year-old man presented with ptosis and limited ocular and eyelid elevation in his left eye. A swollen and droopy eyelid had developed after the patient collided with a school of fish while he was swimming at a Red Sea beach 4 weeks earlier. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a granuloma in the upper eyelid and anterior upper orbital region, with no foreign body visible. During surgical excision of the granuloma, two transparent tubular structures pointing toward the orbital apex were detected and extricated. These foreign bodies were thought to have pinned and immobilized the levator muscle and superior rectus muscle. Taxonomic analysis identified the objects as mandibles of the halfbeak fish. Halfbeak fish, which are members of the family Hemiramphidae, are mostly surface-dwelling fish that are common in shallow and coastal waters, including such waters in the Red Sea. Within 3 months after surgery, the ptosis and the restriction of ocular motility had resolved completely.
Cr: Wolf A. Lagrèze, M.D., Ph.D. @nejm#medicine#ptosis#foreignbody#foreignbodyremoval#medschool#rn#nursingschool#hospital#medicalschool#pastudent#paschool#emt
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GUESS THAT FOREIGN BODY— ⁉️⁉️⁉️
Answer: a LEGO tire!
This cat has an affinity for LEGO tires and this is her fourth time ingesting them. Dr. Keeley removed the foreign body via a single enterotomy and the kitty is doing great! No more LEGO’s for this silly girl
8 914:01 AM Feb 9, 2019
My baby girl spent Wednesday night @404vethospital for a gastric foreign body. Luckily it moved past her stomach overnight with supportive care and she was able to come home Thursday afternoon. However, turns out she has mycoplasma (bacteria that affects red blood cells) which was causing her anemia, a urinary tract infection, and an abnormal lymph node by her spleen. She's on two different antibiotics and needs a repeat ultrasound in a month to ensure her abnormal lymph node isn't getting bigger.
A Golden Retriever's Seed of Life - Part III
After feeling for the unusual round masses inside Tumi's belly, we did radiography/xray in order to visualize and give us an idea what those masses could be.
The xray result revealed that Tumi ingested foreign objects - stones and pebbles to be more specific. We discussed with my ninang and her family what are the possible treatment plans we could do regarding this condition - if to do a surgery or have a more conservative approach. Owner opted to choose the latter, so we ended up giving Tumi laxatives and waited a couple of days for the foreign objects to pass in his stool.
After a few days of waiting, there were still no stones that passed in the feces and vomiting was still present everytime Tumi eats something. We took another xray to have an update on the condition of what is inside Tumi's belly. The stones were already compressed with each other, forming a bigger mass that can result to a blockage making it more impossible to pass. As a result, this can be a good indication to warrant surgery.
Don't forget to be back tomorrow for the continuation of Tumi's story!
2 year old gagging for 3 days, not eating and vomiting everytime she tried to eat her parents didn't know that she tried swallowing a coin (nickel) she was sent to ER to have it removed
Imagine that in your ear!! 👂
We removed this from a dog’s ear after her owners noticed she was very sensitive to touch around the ear, and had her head tilted to one side. Her family was worried she had an infection, but after a full physical exam we found this whopper of a grass seed!! It was positioned far into the ear close to her eardrum. It must have been so uncomfortable!!
Grass seeds can cause lots of troubles for pets in their ears, their coat or skin. They can be a source of itchiness, pain, swelling and infection, for our furry friends.
With some sedation on board, the grass seed was successfully removed, and she should go back to normal in no time!
0 157:25 AM Feb 6, 2019
Idk what weird part of my loves foreign body removal so much, but it is by far my favorite part of my job. So satisfying to see a little nub on the surface and discover something like this hiding under the skin. .
2 2312:18 AM Feb 6, 2019
First Image: Normal frontal radiograph of a chest. Second and Third Images: Frontal and lateral fluoroscopy images show a filling defect in the proximal esophagus. The retained foreign body focally expands the esophagus. The foreign body has a central depression, shaped like a "doughnut" or "red blood cell". Fourth Image: Picture of the foreign body shows a black rubber cap for a game controller joystick. A retained non-radiopaque foreign body located in the esophagus can be a diagnostic dilemma. A fluoroscopic esophagram is the diagnostic exam of choice. A CT examination of the chest can also be considered. The foreign body is located at the thoracic inlet which is a common place for items to get stuck in the esophagus.
This is what happens when a silly cat eats an entire bone whole! 🐈Make sure you watch your furry friends when feeding bones! 👀
Fortunately @theanimaldocs identified the foreign body in the stomach (bone) and successfully removed it via surgery 👍🏼👩🏼⚕️
Do you spot anything strange in this x-ray picture?
A patient came to the ER with a pair of glasses lodged in his rectum. He explained that he slipped and fell directly on them.
The majority of cases of rectal foreign bodies are the result of insertion during erotic activity. Typically found objects are vibrators, dildos, light bulbs, candles, shot glasses, and bottles. Some rectal foreign bodies may have been initially swallowed but later present with complications in the rectum. Patients may be very embarrassed to disclose the circumstances regarding the foreign body insertion, and there may have been multiple attempts at self-removal.
Typical clinical findings of a rectal foreign body are pain with defecation, abdominal pain, rectal bleeding, pruritus, and constipation. Delays in seeking medical attention and multiple attempts at self-removal can lead to mucosal edema and muscular spasms, making removal of the object more difficult.
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