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A 14-year-old’s horrific bike injury, they landed in a medical journal once that he was in the emergency room with a terrible gash in his groin, in a reverse of the left testicle and it is a partially degloved penis. The teenager, who, according to the study authors, was riding his bicycle with one hand on a “bit by bit”, was rushed to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, England.
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“The crack ran for about 12 to 14 cm in the left groin over the pubic bone, to the right, and 10 cm inferiorly into the perineum,” the study authors wrote in the BMJ Case Reports. “This is the reverse of the left testicle, and partially degloved the penis. The corpora cavernosa and the tunica vaginalis was exposed at the level of the superficial inguinal ring to it.”
According to the Sun, and The teenager’s wounds were thoroughly washed, and the damaged tissue has been removed. Surgeons were reportedly able to close the wounds on the analysis of the neurovascular injury, and he was released from prison the next day, along with antibiotics.
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“Driver, resulting in injuries, blunt abdominal trauma have been well documented in the literature, however, reports of impalement, or degloving injuries are rare,” Dr. Hannah Thompson, a professor of pediatric surgery at the University of Oxford, John Radcliff Hospital, ” he said in the case report. “The majority of bicycle-associated injuries are of skin abrasions, however, the enhanced morbidity has been described in association with a cycling injury, especially a steering wheel injury, due to the small surface area of the bare metal ends of the handlebars.”
Thompson said that the teenager’s case shows the potential of the forces involved, and the potential for harm as a result of the driver injuries, even at slow speeds.”
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In a follow-up appointment four weeks later, the teenager had been reported to have no permanent vascular damage, and normal sensation was returning to his groin area, according to The Sun.