Stuck Up! – New Book on Hundreds of Objects Inserted where they shouldn’t be
November 16, 2011 Aron 214092 CommentsStuck+Up%21+%E2%80%93+New+Book+on+Hundreds+of+Objects+Inserted+where+they+shouldn%E2%80%99t+be2011-11-16+21%3A55%3A37Aronhttp%3A%2F%2Fhelablog.com%2F%3Fp%3D21409
Really? Stuck Up!: 100 Objects Inserted and Ingested in Places They Shouldn’t Be takes a humorous look into a very funny collection of hundreds of X-ray images showing foreign objects ingested or inserted into human bodies, accidentally or on purpose.
What could be more bizarre than seeing what common household objects find their way up a person’s arse. That’s the discovery that forensic psychiatrist Marty A. Sindhian, M.D., made while researching “Stuck Up!” — a look at the strange objects that have found their way into the human body through the various orifices.
How exactly did that cell phone end up there? Was it on vibrate? And is the re*tum truly the best place to store your bronzed baby shoes? It is at least somewhat understandable to find a re*tal thermometer in its intended place, but how about your six-year-old daughter’s Barbie doll?
Find out the many ludicrous excuses emergency room doctors hear every day from patients who check in with various items inserted where the sun don’t shine, stuck in various orifices, or ingested in other ways.
“Some insertions happen through the nose or the urethra.” …The human imagination truly knows no limits.
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