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Most Dreadful Things Inside Human Body

February 25, 2018

Human error does exist. And there are also be anomaly. Sometimes people accidentally get rare things inside their body, either conscious and unconsciously. Here are most dreadful things inside human body.

Pea Plant in Lung

From americanmeadows.com

Ron Sveden originally thought he had cancer after a consistent battle with emphysema. But after being rushed to the hospital due to a collapsed lung, doctors discovered a half an inch (1.25cm) pea plant growing in his lung. They believe that Mr. Sveden ate the pea, but it somehow “went down the wrong way” and sprouted. “One of the first meals I had in the hospital after the surgery had peas for the vegetable. I laughed to myself and ate them,” said Mr. Sveden to a local Boston TV reporter.

Fir Tree in Lung

From pixabay.com

Artyom Sidorkin went into the hospital with extreme chest pains and was coughing blood. Doctors were 100% sure he had cancer. However, during surgery, doctors found a 2-inch fir tree growing in his lung! Reports say that doctors thought they were hallucinating and could hardly believe what they were seeing. The medical staff believe that Sidorkin inhaled a seed which made its way into his lung and sprouted the tree.

An Entire Cutlery Set
Most Dreadful Things Inside Human Body

From pikabu.ru

Margaret Daalman, a Netherlands native, was admitted to the hospital with searing stomach pains, and her X-ray showed that the problem was probably either a giant squid eating her insides, a sideways Bart Simpson head, a mutated pineapple, a facehugger alien or, rather, an entire set of forks and spoons (nearly 78 utensils total) that she swallowed.
Why did she eat them instead of use them to eat food? Who knows. I personally am much more interested in that sweet squid X-ray. But, I guess if you're interested in what is wrong with the woman: the operating surgeons and attending medical professionals on the case theorized that the Daalman was suffering from pica, a disorder that is rare among pregnant women that causes them to crave non food items. Sufferers often consume dirt, metal, trash and, most likely, McDonald's.

Belt in Chest

From hanksbelt.com

What doctors in India originally thought was a classic case or tuberculosis, turned out to be something completely bizarre. Anuj Ranjan had been diagnosed with a fistula which doctors believed was created due to an infection in his chest cavity. However, when they went to do surgery on his chest, they discovered an 8-foot long belt. Apparently, the belt entered his body when he suffered a bad car accident years before; the doctors that had treated him then somehow missed the belt.

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