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, 29 (2), 241-242

Pyogenic Hepatic Abscess Induced Secondary to Toothpick Penetration of Stomach

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Pyogenic Hepatic Abscess Induced Secondary to Toothpick Penetration of Stomach

Dev-Aur Chou et al. Turk J Gastroenterol.

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Conflict of Interest: No conflict of interest was declared by the authors.

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Figure 1
Figure 1
Abdominal computed tomography revealed a multiloculated, irregular hepatic abscess; a linear high density (arrow) substance can be seen along with liver abscess, which was suspected as a foreign body from the stomach
Figure 2
Figure 2
The toothpick extracted by diagnostic laparoscopy (a); the toothpick removed from the liver measured 6 cm in length (b)

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