NCBI ROFL: Rectal salami.

By ncbi rofl | July 28, 2009 4:12 pm

“We present the case of a 63-year-old man who had inserted a salami into his anal canal for sexual stimulation–the commonest reason for inserting foreign bodies–and who subsequently required a laparotomy for its removal. This common surgical problem requires a thorough medical history, an examination and the use of radiographs for management. Current techniques for removal of such objects are discussed.”

Thanks to Emma for today’s ROFL!

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the screenshot I, at first, read the journal name as Int J Clin *Proct*.
    Which would have made sense, I guess…

  • Anonymous

    one of best :)

  • Anonymous

    I guess the guy should be lucky it wasn't a Peperoni salami…


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