3-inch nail removed from Chinese man's head
Nail caught in cutting device flew out, 'ripped into my head'
Doctors in China recently removed a 3-inch nail from a man's head.
Yang Yi Kui, 55, was operating a cutting machine last month when a nail that had been caught in the device flew out and "ripped into my head and left a small hole on the skin," he told Metro.
He didn't realize anything was wrong until the next morning, when he said he began to feel sick.
An X-ray revealed the nail piercing through his skull just above his eye.
Doctors had to perform a craniotomy to remove the nail, removing a piece of his skull to access the brain.
It was a risky procedure, but Yang's nerves and eyesight were unscathed and he's now recovering.
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