Girl in far western Nepal emits 'glass pieces' from forehead
Kantipur Online - Nepalgunj - September 22, 2006
In what seems to be a bizarre case that has baffled medical practitioners, a young girl in the district of Kailai, far western Nepal, has been emitting transparent solid objects, purported to be glass pieces, from her forehead. A team of doctors from the Nepalgunj Teaching Hospital (NTH) at Kohalpur began their research on 12-year-old Sarita Bista, who has been excreting glass pieces from the side of her forehead for the last three years.
Dr. Keduwai also informed that the girl would be put under medical observation for the next three days to study the process of formation and emission of the glass pieces.
Professors SM Mishra, SK Gupta, Dr CP Pandey and Dr Anir Shrestha of Kohalpur Medical College are involved in the research. The doctors claim this to be the first case of its kind in the history of medical science. "There are many examples where cranial bones have grown unnaturally to give the impression of horns. But the human body does not produce glass," Dr Kiduwai said, adding, "It's a strange case."
Dhansara explained how her daughter, Sarita, began emitting glass pieces, sometimes losing consciousness when this starts.
In the beginning, there was a blister at the side of her forehead. When scratched, a piece of glass came out.
Generally, Sarita emits glass pieces from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Sarita has never met with any accident.
She has been emitting "triangular glass pieces" everyday since August 7, 2006, according to her family sources. Once she excreted 12 pieces of glass in one day.
According to family sources, Bista has emitted more than 130 "glass pieces", averaging 4 cm in length and 1 mm breadth, since January 18, 2006. "The CT scan report indicates that she has some kind of problem in her forehead skin," said Dr. M Kiduwai who is involved in the research. The pieces do not seem to be coming out from the bone.
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