FOURNIERS GANGERENE DUE TO FISH BONE MIGRATION
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2675-2680
Fournier’s gangrene is described as necrotizing soft tissue infection originating from or limited to the genitals or perineum irrespective of gender.
We report a case of 50 years over male presented to the emergency room with fever pain and discharge from perianal and scrotal region since 5 days. At debridement a foreign body was observed. This association is uncommon.
Fournier’s gangrene in a non-vegetarian person, foreign body should always be ruled out.
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