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Doctors in Russia have removed a huge clump of hair that accumulated in the stomach of a teenager with Rapunzel syndrome. The unnamed year-old girl had been chewing her own hair over the past 10 years and these collected in her stomach. Doctors removed the hairball weighing over 1 pound or about grams during emergency surgery in the Siberian city of Tomsk.
Doctors have released incredible footage of an operation to remove a huge hairball from the stomach of a year-old girl. The girl, who has not been named, had the massive hairball measuring 35cm by 13cm and centimetres by 13 centimetres and weighing 3. The shocking medical procedure took place at the Mangystau Regional Children's Hospital in the city of Aktau, in south-western Kazakhstan's Mangystau region.
The year-old patient had suffered abdominal pain and thrown up after every meal for a week before she was admitted to hospital. Sonography and X-ray tests revealed metal in her stomach — so surgeons at Rampurhat Government Medical College and Hospital in India operated to remove it. Surgeons removed chains, nose rings, earrings, trinkets, bangles, and anklets during the minute procedure, that also revealed 90 coins and a wristwatch. Dr Siddhartha Biswas, head of the surgery department who led the operation, said the woman had ingested gold, copper, and brass items.
Xiao Shen, a pseudonym for a year-old girl from China, complained to her parents about severe stomach pains and constipation, according to Shaoxing Newsa Chinese media outlet. So her parents brought her to Zhuji People's Hospital in Zhejiang Province where doctor Louzhen Zhang called for a CT scan upon seeing her bloated, "bulging" stomach, according to a translation from News. Read more: Over bubble tea balls got stuck in a teen's digestive tract and made her constipated for nearly a week.
Doctors removed the growth from the teenager's stomach after she arrived at a local government hospital complaining of discomfort and a severe abdominal pain. The doctors said the hairball was entangled to the intestines - which had left her unable to eat or even drink water. Dr Iqbal Saleem, who led the team of surgeons which carried out the procedure, said:.
The six-year-old was taken to hospital suffering from abdominal pain and persistent vomiting for three to four days. The girl, from India, needed surgery to remove the mass to allow food to pass through her digestive system again. Upon removal the hairball weighed 4lbs, measured 11cm by 16cm where it had been in the stomach and the "tail" that followed through her intestines measured an incredible 1.
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Feifei, from Guangdong, southern China, had been pulling her hair out and eating it since she was two years old. A young girl who spent years chewing at her locks has had a massive 1. The eight-year-old, known as Feifei, had been eating her own hair since she was two years of age.