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[英伦广角] 2013-07-20 英国女子头痛欲裂 竟是食肉蛆啃食耳朵

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Flesh-Eating Maggots In Ear: Briton's Horror


The woman discovered maggots had chewed a 12mm hole in her ear canal after she returned from a trip to South America.

 

 

英国一名27岁女性,今年和男友前往秘鲁游玩,在回英国的飞机上,开始感到头痛,脑子里不断传出刮擦声,第二天起床耳朵还流出大量液体,她急忙就医。起初,医生以为只是单纯的耳朵感染,但进一步的检查发现该女子的耳朵里居然有蛆,可能是苍蝇飞入她的耳朵产卵然后孵化,这些蛆吃着她耳朵里的肉慢慢进入耳朵深处,医生在女子的耳朵里发现一个被啃食12毫米大小的洞。最后开刀取出了8只巨蛆,这些蛆经查明是食肉苍蝇的后代,不幸中的万幸,群蛆还沒有进入大脑,否则这位女性将可能患脑膜炎,还可能脸部瘫痪。

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[Homework] [英伦广角] 2013-07-20 英国女子头痛欲裂 竟是食肉蛆啃食耳朵

“The Ear was buzzing. So I was just trying, trying my best to get it out.”
The buzzing stopped. Rochelle assumed that was end of it. Within 48 hours on the flight home, she was in serious trouble.
“Excruciating stopping pain, that never relented.”
One of the team spotted a small hole in Rochelle’s ear canal.  
“She spent quite a lot of time looking at my ear, without saying what was in there. I think it was after about an hour my mum asked, you know, said “can you see what it is?”
“The doctor has seen there was something crew out, the x go and go in her ear.”   
“And the doctor said ‘If you don't mind I’d prefer to go to speak to the registrar before I tell you anything’. And then, my mum said ‘Please tell us’ and I said what this you know, ‘Please, I want to know’. And at last she said, ‘you got maggots in your ear.’”
Doctors ordered the CT scan to establish what damage had already been done, how many maggots were still inside Rochelle, and where they were hiding.
“I was very scared, while they were in my brain, I thought this could be very very serious.”   
“Our main concern was the facial nerve risk. And facial nerve controls all of the muscle expression on and outside of your face.”
The scan showed Rochelle’s ear drum and facial nerve were undamaged, but the maggots had chewed a 12 mm hole in her ear cannel.
“Although the CT guided us, us to the size of the cavity, it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft tissue cavity, and make sure that wasn’t extending any x leading dangerous like the facial nerve or blood vessels.   
Given Rochelle’s true x state, she was dated in preparation for surgery. I’m sure just what they might find, the surgical team explores Rochelle’s ear using a microscope and the speculum.  
And after we pushed this back through the hole I opened out, I saw arising massive maggots.
It was clear that the maggots already extracted weren’t dying alone.
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[Homework]2013-07-20 英国女子头痛欲裂 竟是食肉蛆啃食耳朵

He reposing,said that we will just try our best to get it out.
The buzzing stopped. Rechelle assumed that was the end of it.Within 48 hours on her flight home,she was in serious trouble.
An expetiating,unstopping pain that never relented.
One of the team spotted a small hole in Rechelle's ear canal.
She spent quite a lot of time looking at my ear without saying what was in there.I think it was after about an hour,Mamon asked,you know,can you see what it is.
The doctor had seen there was something could have the orginary going on her ear.
The doctor said if you don't mind I prefer to go to be the registrar before I tell you anything.And then,Mamon said please tell us then.And I said as well,you know,no,please,I want to know.And that's when she said you got maggots in your ear.
Doctors ordered the CT scan to establish what damage that has already been done.How many maggots were still inside Rechelle and where they were hiding.
I was very scared as they were in my brain,I thought you know this could be very,very serious.
Our main concern was the facial nerve at risk.And the facial nerve controls all of the muscles and expression on that side of your face.
The scan showed Rechelle's ear-drum and facial nerve were undamaged but the maggots have chewed a 12 millimeter hole in her ear canal.
Although the CT has guided us as to the size of the cavity,it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft-issue cavity and make sure that it was not extending any danger,like the facial nerve or blood vessels.
Given Rechelle's traumatized state,she was sedated in preparation for surgery.Unsure of what they just might find,the surgical team explored Rechelle's ear using a microscope and a speculum.
And as I push the speculum through the hole that was opened, I saw a massive of maggots.
It was clear that the maggots already extracted weren't dying alone.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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so i just trying my best to get into town. the buzzle stop, micheal assumed that is the end of it. but within the 48 hours on a flight home, she was in searious trouble. excruciating, stunning pain, it never relented. one of the team spotted a small hole in micheal 's ear canal.
she spent quite a lot time looking at my ear, without saying what was in there, i think about one hour, my mum stated , can you say what it is? the doctor hesitate to say what is going, what is in her ear?
the doctor said if you don't mind, i prefer to going to the registra before i tell you this. my mum said, please tell us, and i said, please as you know, i want to know. that is when she said , you got maggots in your ear.
doctors order a ct scan to establish what is the damage had already been done, how many maggots is still in micheal?and where they are hiding?
i was scared, they are in my ear, i thought this could be very very serious.
our main concern is the fissure nerve, the fissure nerve controll all of the muscles and facial expression on that side of face,
the scan showed micheal's eardrum and fissure nerve were undamaged, but the maggots chewed 12 mm hole in her ear canal.
althought the ct have guided us to the side of the cavity, it was imprtant for us to have a full explore around the fissure cavity, to make sure it wasn't making any webtively dangerous, like the fissure nerve or blood vessels.
giving micheal the full of time , she was stated in prepare a surgery. unsure what may be find, the surgical team explored micheal's ear use a microscope and speculum.
as i push the speculum through the hole opened and i saw a rising massive maggots.
it was clear that the maggots were extracted, were to dying alone.
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[Homework]2013-07-20 英国女子头痛欲裂 竟是食肉蛆啃食耳朵

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So i was just trying my best to get it out. The buzzing stopped, Rachael assumed that was the end of it, within 48 hours on the flight home, she was in serious trouble.
An excruciating, stopping pain that never relented.
One of the teams spotted a small hole in Rachael's ear canal.
She spent quite a lot of time looking into my ear withouting saying what was in there, i think it was after about one hour my mum asked can you see what it is.
The doctor had seen there were something quite unordinary going in the ear. And the doctor said if you don't mind i prefer to go to the registrar before i tell you anything and my mum said please tell us and i said as well you know please i want to know,and that's when she said you got maggots in your ear.
Doctors ordered the CT scan to establish what damage had already been done, how many maggots were still inside Rachael and where they were hiding.
I was very scarred if they are in my brain, i thought you know this could be very very serious.
Our main concern was the facial nerve at risk, the facial nerve controls all of the muscles, face expression on that side of the face.
The scan showed Rachael's ear drum and facial nerve were undamaged, but the maggots had chewed a 12mm hole in her ear canal. Althoug the CT had guided us to the size of the cavity, it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft tissue cavity and make sure that it wasn't estending any * danger like the facial nerve or blood vessels.
Given Rachael's traumatized state, she was sedated in preperation for surgery, unsure of just what they might find, the surgical team explored Racheal's ear using a microscope and a speculum.
As i pushed the specular through the hole up and down, i saw a writhing massive maggot.
It was clear that the maggots already extracted weren't dying alone.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
“Excruciating stopping pain, that never relented.”
One of the team spotted a small hole in Rochelle’s ear canal.  
“She spent quite a lot of time looking at my ear, without saying what was in there. I think it was after about an hour my mum asked, you know, said “can you see what it is?”
“The doctor has seen there was something crew out, the x go and go in her ear.”   
“And the doctor said ‘If you don't mind I’d prefer to go to speak to the registrar before I tell you anything’. And then, my mum said ‘Please tell us’ and I said what this you know, ‘Please, I want to know’. And at last she said, ‘you got maggots in your ear.’”
Doctors ordered the CT scan to establish what damage had already been done, how many maggots were still inside Rochelle, and where they were hiding.
“I was very scared, while they were in my brain, I thought this could be very very serious.”   
“Our main concern was the facial nerve risk. And facial nerve controls all of the muscle expression on and outside of your face.”
The scan showed Rochelle’s ear drum and facial nerve were undamaged, but the maggots had chewed a 12 mm hole in her ear cannel.
“Although the CT guided us, us to the size of the cavity, it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft tissue cavity, and make sure that wasn’t extending any x leading dangerous like the facial nerve or blood vessels.   
Given Rochelle’s true x state, she was dated in preparation for surgery. I’m sure just what they might find, the surgical team explores Rochelle’s ear using a microscope and the speculum.  
And after we pushed this back through the hole I opened out, I saw arising massive maggots.
It was clear that the maggots already extracted weren’t dying alone.
Nothing is impossible for a willing heart
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“The ear was buzzing. So I was just trying, trying my best to get it out.”

The buzzing stopped. Rochelle assumed that was the end of it. Within 48 hours on the flight home, she was in serious trouble.

Excruciating shooting pain that never relented.”

One of the teams spotted a small hole in Rochelle’s ear canal.

“She spent quite a lot of time looking at my ear without saying what was in there. I think it was after about an hour, my mum asked her, you know, that ‘can you see what it is’?”

“The doctor hesitated to saying that there was something quite unordinary going on in the ear.”

“And the doc said: ‘If you don’t mind, I’d prefer to going to speak to the registrar before I tell you anything.’ And then my mum said: ‘Please tell us’ and I said, you know: ‘Oh, please, I want to know.’ And that’s when she said: ‘You’ve got maggots in your ear’. ”

Doctors ordered a CT scan to establish what damage had already been done. How many maggots were still inside Rochelle, and where they were hiding.

“I was very scared. When they were in my brain, I thought, you know, this could be very, very serious.”

“Our main concern was the facial nerve risk. And the facial nerve controls all of the muscle expression on and outside your face.”

The scan showed Rochelle’s ear drum and facial nerve were undamaged, but the maggots have chewed a 12-milimeter hole in her ear canal.

“Although the CT has guided us to the size of the cavity, it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft tissue cavity and make sure that it wasn’t extending any x dangers like the facial nerve or blood vessels.”

Given Rochelle’s traumatized state, she was sedated in preparation for surgery. Unsure of just what they might find, the surgical team explored Rochelle’s ear, using a microscope and speculum.

“And after we pushed this back through the hole opened out, I saw arising massive maggots.”

It was clear that the maggots already extracted weren’t dying alone.
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So yeah I was just trying, trying my best to get it out.
The buzzing stopped. Rochelle assumed that was the end of it. Within 48 hours on her flight home, she was in serious trouble.
An excruciating stopping pain that never relented. One of the team spotted a small hole in Rochelle’s ear canal.
She spent quite a lot of time, looking at my ear without saying what was in there. I think that was after about an hour my mum asked and said can you see what it is?
The doctor had seen there was something quite unordinary going on in the air. And the doctor said, if you don’t mind, I prefer to go to speak to the registrar before I tell you anything. And my mum said please tell us then and I said as well you know, no please, I want to know. And that’s when she said you got maggots in your ear.
Doctors ordered a CT scan to establish(确定) what damage had been done, how many maggots were still inside Rochelle and where they were hiding.
I was very scared. Within my brain, I thought you know, this could be very very serious.
Our main concern was the facial nerve at risk. And the facial nerve controls all of the muscles, face expression on that side of you face.
The scan showed Rochelle’s ear drum and facial nerve were undamaged. But the maggots had chewed a 12-millimeter hole in her ear canal. Although the CT guided us to the size of the cavity, it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft issue cavity and make sure that it wasn’t extending any … be dangerous, like the facial nerve or blood vessels.
Given Rochelle’s traumatized state, she was sedated in preparation for surgery. Unsure of just what they may find, the surgical team explored Rochelle’s ear using a microscope and a speculum.
And as I pushed the speculum through this little hole that was opened out, I saw arising massive maggots. It was clear that the maggots already extracted weren’t dying alone.
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  ..he reposing, saying out just trying our best to get it out,
The buzzling stopped, Rechelle assumed that was the end of it.
within 48 hours on the flight home she was in serious trouble,
an expetiating, un-stopped pain that never relented,
  one of team spotted a small hole in Rechelle's ear canal,
she spent quite a lot of time looking at my ear without saying
what was in there. I think it was after about one hour, Momen
asked, you know, he said, can you see what it is.
  the doctor had seen there was something could have originary
going on her ear.
  and the doctor said if you don't mind I prefer to going to
be the registrar before I tell you anything, and then, Momon
said please tell us then, and I said as well, you know, no, please,
i want to know, and that's when she said you got maggots in your
ear.
  Doctor ordered the CT scan TO establish what damage had already
been done, how many maggots were still inside REchelle and where
they were hiding.
  I was very scared as they were in my brain, I thought, you know,
this could be very very serious.
  our main concern was the facial nerve at risk, and the facial
nerve controls all of the muscles and expression on that side of
your face.
  The scan showed Rechelle's ear-drum and facial nerve were
undamaged but the maggots chewed 12 milimeter hole in her ear
canal.
  Although the CT guided us as to the size of the cavity, it was
important for us to have a full explore around the soft-issue
cavity and make sure that it wasn't extending any verbtive dangers,
like the facial nerve or blood vessels.
  given Rechelle traumatized state, she was sedated in preparation
for surgery, unsure of what they just might find, the surgery team
explore the Rechelle's ear, using a microscope and speculum.
  and I push the speculum through the hole that was opened up,
I saw a riving massive maggots
  it was clear that the maggots already extracted weren't dying alone.
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Ear was buzzing,I was just trying,trying my best to get it out.

The buzzing stoped,Rochelle assumed that was the end of it.Within 48 hours on the flight home,she was in serious trouble.

Excruciating stopping pain,that never relented.

One of the team spoted a small hole in Rochelle's ear canal.She spent quite a lot time looking into my ear without saying what was in there,I think it was after an hour,my mum asked, you know, said "can you see what it is".

The doctor had seen there was something crew out the original in her ear.

And the doctor said"If you don't mind,I prefer to go to the register before I told you anything".And my mum said out"please tell us then",I said,as you know,"no,please,I want to know".And that's when she said"you got maggots in your ear".

Doctors ordered the CT scan to establish what damage had already been done.How many maggots were still inside R and where they were hiding.

I was very scared as they are in my brains,I thought,you know,this could be very very serious.

A main concern was the facial nerve risk,and the facial nerve controls all of the muscles of expression on that side of your face.

The scan showed R's ear drum and facial nerve were undamaged,but the maggots have chewed a 12mm hole in her ear canal.

Although the CT has guided us to the size of cavity,it was important for us to have a full explore around the soft issue cavity and make sure it wasn't extending any dangerous like facial never or blood vessals.

Given Rechelle's traumatized state,she was sedated in preparation for surgery.Unsure of what they just might find,the surgical team explored Rechelle's ear using a microscope and a speculum.

And as I push the speculum through the hole that was opened up, I saw arising massive of maggots.

It was clear that the maggots already extracted,weren't dying alone.
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