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Four-Pound Chalky Hairball Removed From Girl's Stomach

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October 1, 2012
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A girl in India went to the hospital after she was unable to eat or drink. Doctors poked around and found a four-pound collection of chalk and hair that was preventing anything from passing through. They operated and removed the mass -- and took pictures!


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