Most cases of foreign bodies in the nose and nasal cavity occur in toddlers and children from 1-8 years of age. Common objects found in noses include food material, tissue paper, beads, toys, and rocks.
Here a 7 yr old boy pushed up a bead in the nose an year or two ago and now formed a Rhinolith.
A Rhinolith is a calculus present in the nasal cavity. The word is derived from the roots rhino- and -lith, literally meaning “nose stone”. It is an uncommon medical phenomenon, not to be confused with dried nasal mucus.
A Rhinolith usually forms around the nucleus of a small exogenous foreign body, blood clot or secretion by slow deposition of calcium and magnesium salts. Over a period of time, they grow into large irregular masses that fill the nasal cavity.
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