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1348-1327 - Patient having ingested a tineless fork. The stem of the fork, located in the stomach cavity, shows holes due to the corrosive action of the stomach's hydrochloric acid. The head of the fork has pierced the greater curvature and is lodged in the lesser sa
1348-1328 - Patient having ingested a tineless fork. The stem of the fork, located in the stomach cavity, shows holes due to the corrosive action of the stomach's hydrochloric acid. The head of the fork has pierced the greater curvature and is lodged in the lesser s
1348-1326 - Patient having ingested a tineless fork. The stem of the fork, located in the stomach cavity, shows holes due to the corrosive action of the stomach's hydrochloric acid. The head of the fork has pierced the greater curvature and is lodged in the lesser sa