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Snake found in women’s stomach

Dr. Anshu Gupta, whos’ medical blogs dedicated to Liver Transplant & Ulcerative Colitis:

  • Liver Transplant In India Information Guide: Patients Guide to Liver Transplant Surgery,provides information on Liver Transplant,Liver Surgery,Common Liver Diseases,Cirrhosis,Jaundice,Hepatitis,liver cancer or acute liver failure. I wish to provide hope to those with terminal liver disease by informing them that at a fraction of the cost abroad, liver transplants are being done routinely by the expert liver transplant surgeons Dr A.S Soin & Dr Subash Gupta at Hospitals in New Delhi,India, with results that match the best in the world.
  • Ulcerative Colitis & J-Pouch Surgery Guide: Digestive Diseases Home. This Blog provides complete information about Digestive Diseases A to Z. A j-pouch, or ileal pouch reconstruction, is a surgery that is used for ulcerative colitis patients, and is usually completed in two steps.

has made an interesting post, that’s the rarest of diseases, she writes:

Amongst the unusual cases that I have seen during my medical practice is one associated with a 30 year old female patient who came to my practice one afternoon in 1990 complaining of early morning halitosis and sensation of bad breath (alitosis) . The patients anxiety regarding her bad breath, which according to her had its origins in the stomach, was noticeable during my initial interview with her. A fiber-optic endoscopic examination was performed (the images are of a lower resolution than present day video-endoscopy images) and much to my surprise a snake-like foreign body was found.

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