POLYEMBOLOKOILAMANIA CAUSING RECTO-SIGMOID PERFORATION

G. Uthirakumar, Dr. Ezhil

Abstract


Polyembolokoilamania is a disease entity in which one inserts foeeign objects inside the body orifice.Here we are reporting a case of recto sigmoid  injury due to autoerotic activity with rectal foreign body was identified in a male patient. The object was a wooden rod. That was extracted by doing laprotomy & divertion loop sigmoid colostomy.


Keywords


PERFORATION, debilitated, emergency

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