The skull of Chinese man who was shot in the head with a high-powered nail gun.
The abdomen of a patient who swallowed two forks, a ballpoint pen and a toothbrush. The items are located in the intestine.
A historical X-ray of the foot of a Boer War (1899-1902) soldier, showing a gunshot wound. A bullet has become lodged between the metatarsal bones of the big and second toes.
A nail lodged in bones of the index and middle fingers of an adult male.
Colored X-ray of objects swallowed and lodged in the intestine of a patient, including a spoon and a blade.
A colored X-ray of an object (safety pin) lodged in the esophagus of a woman.
A colored X-ray of the abdomen of a patient who swallowed a straight razor (center left) and razor blades (upper right).
A victim’s lacerated fingers after the person fought with a knife wielding attacker.
A spear lodged in the skull of a 16-year-old boy. One of the boy’s friends was loading a speargun when it accidentally fired.
A 6.7 inch pair of surgical scissors that were accidentally left in the abdomen of a woman after she had an operation. The scissors were discovered 18 months later because she kept complaining of intense pain in her abdomen.
A nail embedded in the skull of a man after he accidentally shot himself with a nail gun. He didn’t even realize he had been shot until 6 days later when the four-inch nail was discovered.
A knife embedded in the head of a 10-year-old boy. The boy survived.
A 2.5lb, 6-inch diameter kidney stone that was removed from a patient in Hungary.