cases involving sharp objects, stretching tract walls and continuous peristaltic movements may lead to perforation and penetration into surrounding tissues. If such a suspicion arises, a CT scan should be considered(2). MRI and ultrasound examinations are not routinely used in the diagnostic algorithm for foreign body ingestion, but in the reported case ultrasound and endoscopic ultrasound assessments played a major role in the differential diagnostic process.
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