causes the man’s lungs to collapse
According to some women, men are all the same. A man in Ohio took Mama Cass Elliot’s advise to make his own music .
Since boys are more likely to have been involved in sports than men, many have used inflators. But the 72-year-old managed to do that differently.
Everyone knows snakes hiss and this fellow heard it coming from his crotch. It wasn’t a ball Python , but he was in an emergency.
From the New York Post
[A] An Ohio man was alarmed by strange sounds coming from his genitals.
According to an alarming study in the American Journal of Case Reports ., the unidentified man who was able to hear a “hissing” sound and then became conscious of a “whistling in his scrotum” has been identified as the “first person with this condition in the world.”
He was rushed to an emergency room with a swollen and windless face. Is it possible that he was out of breath.
Anxioms revealed that there were “excessive” bubbles of gas. They were floating around his body and causing him to have his lungs collapse. They could cause irreparable damage to his heart if left unattended.
But he was still functional. It was eventually discovered why he whistled as he worked.
[T]The primary cause of the strange whistling of this man was an open wound in his left scrotum. Some trapped air was allowed to escape from the injury that resulted in testicle removal five months prior.
To drain the air, a pair of tubes made from plastic were used. The man with the singing stone was not out of his woods.
Dr. Brant Bickford wrote with colleagues that the patient was moved to another hospital. The condition worsened and there was more air between his lungs. Doctors had to insert a new tube into his chest.
His condition was stable three days later. He was then released from hospital.
Economics apart, the following couple of years witnessed above-average inflation.
He did, however, have air trapped in his scrotum, a condition called pneumoscrotum, and abdomen for an additional two years, which was described as an “abnormally long time.”
Some people are more health-conscious than others; it’s not known if the man was strict, but he gave his life for the sake of survival:
Although no doctor could determine the exact cause of the problem, the doctors noted that the testicle was removed by the hospital.
Perhaps an old injury from pickleball …
The study concluded that pneumoscrotum could have been caused by injuries to the lungs, which resulted in trapped air.
His case was unusual, and it is possible that the mystery surrounding the serenading bag may not be solved completely:
Pneumoscrotum is a rare condition in which air becomes trapped in the scrotum. In medical literature, only 60 cases have been described. This air cannot escape the body’s organs so medical intervention is usually required.
Dr. Bickford said it was unclear whether the man’s condition had improved due to this “escape route.”
In medicine, there are some things that can be easily identified and others that require further investigation. It was a relief that doctors could pinpoint the problem and provide treatment. It was indeed a complicated diagnosis.
If you meet an Ohioan with no huevos and a story of musical misfortune that nearly aired his mind out for all eternity, it’s not just Dixie. It was very similar.
He might not be singing to his own tune anymore, but it’s clear that he is his kind of man. From now on, here’s to happy and healthy living.
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