- •One of the most common causes of unintentional foreign body ingestion is dental prostheses.
- •Due to the radiolucent composition of typical materials used to make dentures, they can be easily missed on imaging
- •Early diagnosis of ingested dental prostheses is challenging, and diagnostic delays can lead to serious complications.
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