Surgery revealed liver cysts looked like Japanese raindrop cakes!

Admin | Published 2016-11-01 09:09

This surgery video footage will make you skip dessert with anything cream cheese and tapioca balls.

Nothing is close to appetizing in seeing a surgery being done. You see guts cut open and blood oozing. But this surgery footage of a rare liver disease called Hydatid disease tricks you into thinking that you are watching a culinary masterpiece. It may seem that a seasoned pastry chef is pulling a Halloween dessert combo using decadent Japanese raindrop cakes. The video shows large bouncy semi-transparent tapioca balls. They looked just like Japanese rice dessert mochi. The balls are falling out from a sac along a rich cream-cheese looking mixture. The red sauce that drizzles in the mixture looks like strawberry syrup.   [embed width=600]https://youtu.be/7K5p_iUx7Q4[/embed]   The surgical gloves, the image of flesh and gut cut open in the background leave little for the imagination. The raindrop looking balls are actually cysts floating in tapeworm fluid. The red fluid isn't strawberry. Your guess is as good as mine. It's blood honey. The surgery was believed to have been performed by surgeon Dr. Ram Kishan Kajla of PBM Hospital in Bikaner, Rajasthan, Northern India.
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