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Spider in man's ear

13-05-201913-05-2019 11:22:06 IST
Updated On 13-05-2019 11:41:58 ISTUpdated On 13-05-20192019-05-13T05:52:06.409Z13-05-2019 2019-05-13T05:50:11.622Z - 2019-05-13T06:11:58.986Z - 13-05-2019

Spider in man's ear

Doctors were shocked to find a spider in the ear of a man who consulted them complaining about constant itching and crawling sensation inside his ear. 

The incident reminds of the one in Karnataka of India last year, in which doctors removed the 15cm long parasitic worm from a man's eye. However, the spide in the ear is different and shocking as the creature had made the man's ear it's home for a while. 

The patient identified as Li, who is in his early 20s visited the hospital of Yangzhou University Medical School to seek help from ENT specialist.

Though the doctors initially did not find anything that is irritating the patient, after the microscopic examination, even they were shocked to find a spiker moving and making a nest using cobwebs inside the ear. They removed it from Li's ear without any injuries. Maybe due to the luck of the patient, the spider did not damage the sensitive parts of the year till it was removed.

Doctors say that these things happen very rarely but they are strange things for them too.  These things when neglected for a long time may pose serious health issues when these creatures disturb the internal system of the organ. It may result in several dangerous consequences. Hence, they suggest that approaching a doctor is advisable when people feel unusual experiences in their sense organs as the systems are too sensitive to withstand damages. 

Anand Murthy

With over 20 years of journalistic experience with major media houses and government agencies, Ananda Murthy Motamarri specialises in items on Political Affairs, Current Affairs and Feature writing at News Sting. His expertise on both Telugu as well as English has seen him translating more than 50 books from English to Telugu and vice versa. He also specialises is crafting content for digital media and is known for his research work into content development.
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