9 months ago

Doctors Reattach Boy's Head to Neck in 12-Hour Surgery

Doctor surgery (symbolic picture)
Doctor surgery (symbolic picture)


IIE Digital Desk : In a miraculous surgery, doctors at a hospital in Kolkata, India, have successfully reattached the head of a 12-year-old boy who was internally decapitated in a bike accident. The boy, identified as Suleiman Hassan, was riding his bicycle when he was hit by a car. The impact of the collision caused his head to be forcibly separated from his neck, but the spinal cord was not severed.

The boy was rushed to the hospital, where doctors performed a 12-hour surgery to reattach his head to his neck. The surgery was a success, and the boy is now recovering in the hospital.

The doctors who performed the surgery said that it was the first time in India that they had successfully reattached an internally decapitated head. They said that the surgery was a success because the boy's spinal cord was not severed and because the doctors were able to repair the damage to his neck muscles and blood vessels. The boy's family is grateful to the doctors for saving his life. They said that they are "extremely happy" that their son is recovering and that they are "thankful to God" for the miracle that saved his life.

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