Retrospective Cohort Study
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2023.
World J Clin Pediatr. Sep 9, 2023; 12(4): 205-219
Published online Sep 9, 2023. doi: 10.5409/wjcp.v12.i4.205
Figure 1
Figure 1 Incidence of accidental ingestion episodes among children admitted to Salmaniya Medical Complex, Bahrain in 2011-2021.
Figure 2
Figure 2 Disc battery ingestion in children. A: Plain chest X-ray revealing the double hallow shadow of a disc battery impacted in the esophagus; B: Rusted and friable disc battery after endoscopic removal; C: Endoscopic picture of the esophagus showing two large kissing mucosal ulcers at the site of the disc battery impaction.
Figure 3
Figure 3 Magnet bead ingestion in children. A: Plain chest and abdominal X-ray of a 13-mo-old girl who ingested multiple beads of magnet which shows a shadow of magnet beads that were found to be adherent to the gastric mucosa and were removed endoscopically; B: Plain post-endoscopy abdominal X-ray showing signs of gastric perforation (free air in the peritoneum) and one remaining magnet bead; C: A picture of the child’s abdomen post laparotomy.