Baby Sarita Bista and the forehead discharging glass pieces.
At first, the blisters appear on the side of Sarita Bista's forehead and when scratching there, a piece of glass sticks out! So far, he has produced more than 130 'pieces of glass'!
This is the case of a 12-year-old girl named Sarita Bista living in Kailai district, western Nepal, which emits hard and transparent objects like " glass pieces " from her forehead over the past 3 years. A group of doctors at Nepalgunj (NHT) Hospital in Kohalpur recently conducted a study of this phenomenon.
According to information from the family, girls released more than 130 average ' pieces of glass ' 4 cm long and 1 mm wide from January 18, 2006. Doctor Kiduwai, who was involved in the study, said: ' CT scans do not show any problems in the baby's forehead, and it seems that these pieces of glass do not protrude from the bone. We can only get detailed information after further research '.
Doctors also said this was the first phenomenon in medical history. Dr. Kiduwai added:
Baby Sarita Bista with her mother and glass pieces taken from her head.(Photo: kantipuronline)
'There have been many cases where the skull bones develop contrary to nature and feel like horns. But the human body does not emit glass. This is quite a strange case! '.
The group of doctors said they studied with the help of scientists from Nepal Science and Technology Institute (NAST), and soon Bista's skin samples will be sent to NAST for further research.
From 7-8 years, every day, Sarita's forehead discharges ' triangular glass pieces '. Ms. Dhansara Bista, her mother said: On one day, Sarita's forehead discharged up to 12 pieces. At first the blisters appear on one side of the baby's forehead. After we clawed, there was a piece of glass stuck out! According to the mother, Sarita sometimes lost consciousness when she started to " emit " the glass.
In general, Sarita started to " produce glass " from 9 am to 12 pm Her parents spent over 300,000 rupees in Nepal to cure their children but did not achieve results, and they needed financial assistance. Main to continue to treat this ' strange disease '.