foreign body for·eign body (fôr'ĭn)
An object or entity in the body that has been introduced from outside.
As a result we will keep struggling against you and the foreign body you have supported called Israel.
If the foreign body still remains in the eye, examine first under the lower and then the upper lid.
No foreign body was palpable with the finger in the pharynx.
The free edge of the nail should be clipped away to allow of the removal of the foreign body and the necessary disinfection.
If the foreign body can be seen it should be grasped with a pincers and removed.
They should be passed into the meatus beyond the foreign body in the manner already described.
To cure us, it will not be enough to remove a foreign body from our flesh.
These wounds are, commonly, of no importance unless the foreign body is broken off or entirely penetrates the foot.
In the Sahara, as well as in Arabia, it adheres to any foreign body.
People not infrequently complain of a foreign body when it has already been removed by natural means.