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Synonyms for trichobezoar

a compact mass of hair that forms in the alimentary canal (especially in the stomach of animals as a result of licking fur)

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Some 32 of them such as blazilius horseshoe bat, southern horseshoe bat, porcupine, manul, bezoar goat and Caucasian muflon occur in the Zangazur National Park.
Esophageal bezoar was noted in one patient during follow up evaluation, of acute onset of dysphagia and was treated endoscopically.
Keywords: Bezoar, trichobezoar, closed-perforation of stomach, gastric outlet obstruction
Segun Barroso (2013, 2014), el origen del termino bezoar es asiatico y derivaria de la antigua palabra persa padzahr (pad=expulsa; zahr = veneno), que significa antidoto o contraveneno.
The Voynich Manuscript would not be out of place in the Kunstkammer in Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, its fantastical plants associating with the adder's tongue credence, and the narwhal horn and bezoar chalices.
Stones and phytobezoar (A bezoar of vegetable fibres) in Meckel's diverticulum.
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Pero la piedra bezoar y su polvo tienen un sitio que no pasa desapercibido: en la herbolaria de Yucatan esa piedra cura la melancolia si se lleva consigo, pegada a la piel.
During endoscopy, the most consistent feature is the presence of food bezoar (9 cases; 47.
Case report: bilateral ureteral obstruction secondary to Aspergillus bezoar.
A food bezoar can be misdiagnosed as a tumour located at the papillary region [17].
Far from inhabiting a subsistence economy, nomads collected a range of luxury products on which Bornean trade depended--resins (damar and gutta percha), wild honey and wax, aromatic resin from incense woods, camphor, rotans, antlers, rhinoceros horn, bezoar stones, birds' nests, the heads and feathers of hornbills, rare animal skins, meat and fish.
A bezoar is a ball of swallowed foreign material (usually hair or fiber), which collects in the stomach and fails to pass through the intestine.
Gastric trichobezoar (GT) is the most common variety of bezoar found in the stomach.