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How long can drugs be hidden in the human body? A ball full of drugs stayed in someones nose for 18 years, until recently it was removed.
Doctors called the mass rhinolithiasis, meaning calcium and other minerals had accumulated around the foreign body in the mans nasal cavity. They eventually took out the foreign object and found that it appeared to be a rubber capsule containing bad plant matter.. In the words of doctors, this is a balloon filled with weeds.
At last the truth came out. The patient recalled what happened when he was imprisoned 18 years ago. His girlfriend at that time secretly put a small amount of marijuana in a balloon to him during his visit. To keep the C.O. from finding out, the patient had stuffed the entire ball into his nose.
Although the patient managed to deceive the prison guards eyes, he accidentally pushed the balloon into his nostril and swallowed it, doctors said The ball remained in the patients nose for 18 years until CT scan revealed the presence of foreign bodies. Doctors speculated that minerals surrounding the spheres might help maintain the integrity of the balloons surface structure, but did not speculate on what would happen if the rubber broke.
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