A man has an 8-inch can of deodorant surgically removed from his stomach; X-ray imaging surfaces online

A man has an 8-inch can of deodorant surgically removed from his stomach;  X-ray imaging surfaces online

The unidentified 30-year-old man sought medical attention just two hours after inserting the canister into his rectum, according to a case study published in the Visual Journal of Emergency Surgery.

The deodorant can be removed from the man’s stomach.

The deodorant can be removed from the man’s stomach.

Deodorant removed from the stomach

The deodorant can be removed from the man’s stomach.

A 30-year-old Iranian man required surgery to have a can of deodorant removed from his stomach after he inserted it up his rectum. He shared an X-ray image online showing the canister lodged in his belly. The unidentified 30-year-old man sought medical attention just two hours after inserting the canister into his rectum, according to a case study published in the Visual Journal of Emergency Surgery. The patient was admitted to a hospital with “acute abdominal pain,” according to doctors at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences emergency department. The co-authors noted that there were no associated symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, rectal bleeding, abnormal vital signs, or abnormal bowel movements initially. But eventually, the patient confessed that he had previously experienced an ‘uncomplicated’ rectal foreign body insertion. But when he suffered from severe abdominal pain, doctors were forced to perform an X-ray to discover the problem. After the canister was detected, the man was taken to the operating room of the Tehran University of Medical Sciences emergency department, where surgeons made a cut in his stomach and removed the foreign object that same day. He spent just one more day in the hospital before the doctors allowed him to go home. In a similar case, a man in China inserted an 20-centimeter-long eel into his rectum from the anus in a desperate attempt to relieve his constipation. The eel managed to enter his abdomen, threatening his life. The shocking incident was reported from Xinghua, Jiangsu province in eastern China. Supposedly, the man was inspired by a “folk remedy” that says an eel can help you poop. However, instead of relieving his constipation, the eel managed to exit his rectum, open a hole in his colon, and enter his abdomen. The doctor who performed the operation said the patient could have lost his life as the bacteria in the large intestine can cause hemolysis when it reaches the abdominal cavity.

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