Ms He, a 28-year-old Taiwanese woman, had a gust of wind blew into her eyes while pulling out weeds around her relative's graves. She assumed it was dirt that flew into her eyes but hours later, her eyes were swelling and in severe pain, leading her to seek medical attention at the Fooyin University Hospital.
Dr Hong Chi Ting, an ophthalmology professor, handled Ms He's case and noticed she couldn't completely close her eyes. Dr Hong told BBC that he looked into the gap with a microscope and saw something black that looked like an insect leg.
"I grabbed the leg and very slowly took one out, then I saw another one and another and another. They were still intact and all alive" said Dr Hong
A 52-year-old Man from India went to a doctor because he couldn't get rid of his erection that lasted 2 days and was causing him severe pain.
The medics swiftly drained the blood from his penis, but foolishly left a urethral catheter while dressing his p*nis, causing the patient to develop black gangrene.
The man returned to the hospital showing signs of severe tissue damage around the tip of his penis caused by an acute loss of blood circulation. The medical personnel decided to amputate the tip of his penis.
Full details of this rare case were conducted by the Department of Urology at the King George's Medical University, Lucknow, India, and can be seen in this link: https://casereports.bmj.com/content/12/4/e229432
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