Medics shocked when they find Spongebob in toddler's X-ray
SpongeBob normally lives in a pineapple under the sea, but doctors in Saudi Arabia found him residing somewhere else entirely- when he appeared in a toddlers X-ray.
A 16-month-old was taken to a hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia because he had swallowed something. After X-rays were taken radiologists were shocked to see SpongeBob SquarePants -- in the form of a pendant -- lodged in the boys esophagus -- tongue out -- staring right back at them.
Turns out, the rogue SpongeBob belongs to the tots older sister. Medics were amazed to see just how much detail you could see in the cartoon's face.
Doctors were able to remove the pendant from the boy's throat and he was discharged to recover at home.
The images were later shared on radiopaedia.org where radiologists and medical students can discuss cases and share the strange foreign bodies they find in their X-rays. The site shows all kinds of crazy things lodged in children's bodies, from magnets and marbles, to nails ingested by curious kiddos from all over the world.
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