Counter Irritation - An Indigenous Healing Method Practiced in Nepal by Self Made Doctors: A Case Report
Keywords:Brass Pot, Indigenous Healing method, anterior abdominal wall, fibrosis
A rare case, wherein a brass pot adherent to the anterior abdominal wall in a 55 year old women as a result of counter irritant indigenous method of treatment for pain in rural and remote areas of Nepal is being reported. This would have led to grave consequences, if not treated timely
Journal of Universal College of Medical Sciences Vol.1(2) 2013: 37-38
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