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Foreign bodies may be deposited inside the ear, nose or throat of various forms; are more common in children under 6 years usually introduce themselves. In adults occur accidentally, as it could be for the use of swabs. In sometimes these foreign bodies may be bugs that attach themselves to the skin of the ear canal or cause tympanic membrane. Nasal foreign bodies are common in pediatric patients and symptoms include nasal obstruction, unilateral purulent mucus and odor. In the most common are caused throat during ingestion of foods such as fish bones chicken bones, etc.. Removal of foreign body should be done carefully and with proper equipment to avoid complications and in the case of children sometimes under anesthesia, to prevent further damage. Overall foreign bodies can be removed in the same office by using suction or forceps teaspoons; using endoscopes and microscope for better visualization may be necessary.