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8th Oct 2007, 05:29
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I only started eating sushi this year and loved it!
Do you still want to eat Sushi? Think TWICE!!
This is a true case of a Japanese man from Gifu Prefecture who
incessantly about a persistent headache. Mr. Shota Fujiwara loves his sashimi and sushi very much to the extent of trying to get them as "alive and fresh" as can be for his insatiable appetite. He developed a severe headache, but for the past three years had put it off as migraine and stress from work.
It was only when he started losing his phsyco-motor skills that he sought medical help.
A brain scan and x-ray revealed little however. But upon closer inspection by a specialist on his scalp, the Doctor noticed small movements beneath his skin. It was then that the Doctor did a local anaesthetic to his scalp and discovered the cause! Tiny tapeworms crawled out! Major surgery was thus immediately called for and the extent of the infestation was horrific!
Remember : tapeworms, roundworms and their eggs which abound in all fish, fresh or saltwater, can only be killed by thorough cooking and/or freezing the fish to between -4 deg C - 0 degsC
HIS PICTURE DURING THE MAJOR OPERATION
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pag re POST, paki delete na lang po!
:yuk: kakadiri naman yan
buti di ako mahilig sa sushi and sashimi :spit:
8th Oct 2007, 07:48
* drops chopstick * :shock:
8th Oct 2007, 11:55
nyay..:D sarap naman nyan..:D..:yuk:
8th Oct 2007, 12:30
:slap:ang takaw ko pa nman sa kilawin...:shock:
8th Oct 2007, 14:17
nasusuka ako :spit: :spit: :spit: madalang naman ako kumain ng hilaw na isda :lol:
:spit: di ko matake...parang lalabas lahat ng nakain ko after kong matitigan ung image
8th Oct 2007, 17:05
dpat lang cguro everyone will make sure kung san nakukuha ang mga isdang nabili nila...
8th Oct 2007, 17:49
* takes back chopstick *
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Claim: Photographs show a medical patient whose "brain is infested with maggots."
Status: Real pictures; inaccurate description.
Examples: [Collected on the Internet, 2003]
Dude gets an ingrown hair. It gets infected, now he has a boil. Ought to go to the doc and get it lanced, but he doesn't. Weeks pass. The boil grows, eroding downward toward his skull. Ought to go to the hospital in a jiffy, but he doesn't. Weeks pass. The infection reaches his skull. Bone, once infected, presents little barrier to spread of infection to contiguous bone, and so it spreads within his skull. Ought to spend a good long time in the hospital, but he doesn't. The bone dies, and begins to erode. Weeks pass. At some point, the smell attracts flies, which begin to lay eggs in his festering wound, and maggots take hold. Weeks pass. The infection breaches the inner layer of his skull, and reaches the meninges. Weeks pass. Though their tensile strength is impressive, the meninges are quite thin, and the infection breaches them. Now, infection and maggots set to work on his brain. Your brain just isn't supposed to be on your outside, and presents almost no barrier to anything when exposed. Infection and maggots get to work on his brain. This makes him feel a little wobbly on his feet, and so, what do you know, he decides to see the doctor. He walks in to the Stanford ER, where these photos were taken, just as you see him here.
This is a true case of a japanese man from GifuPrefecture who complains incessantly about a persistent headache.
Mr. Shota Fujiwara loves his sashimi and sushi very much to the extent of trying to get them as "alive and fresh" as can be for his insatiable appetite. He developes a severe headache for the past 3 years and has put it off as migraine and stress from work. It was only when he started losing his psycomotor skills that he seeks medical help. A brain scan and x-ray reveals little however. But upon closer inspection by a specialist on his scalp, the doctor noticed small movements beneath his skin. It was then that the doctor did a local anaesthetic to his scalp and discovered the cause when tiny worms crawled out. A major surgery was thus immediately called for and the extent of the infestation was horrific.
See the attached pictures to the scene that one thought only a movie could produced:
Remember, tapeworms and roundworms and their eggs which abounds in all fishes from fresh or saltwater can only be killed by thorough cooking and/or freezing the fish to between 4°C-0°C. The eggs of these parasites can only be killed if it is cooked or frozen to the said temperatures for a week or more. Think twice about that raw dish next time . . . or you might get a headache.
Origins: The two disparate explanations for these photographs given above are a good indicator of a common Internet phenomenon: Someone makes pictures available on-line, they begin to circulate through e-mail forwards, the original attribution is lost along the way, people begin to make up stories to explain the origins of the now-sourceless photographs, and those fabricated explanations become attached to the pictures as they continue to
Asking a dozen different medical experts about the photographs shown above produced a dozen different answers — everything from a skeptical "It's possible" to a flat-out assertion that the pictures had "obviously been faked" (either at the photographic level using a prosthetic device, or at the digital level with image editing software). However, too often people get caught in the trap of assuming that because photographs don't match the explanations accompanying them, the pictures must have been fabricated or manipulated, and one conclusion doesn't necessarily follow from the other.
Although the explanations quoted above are erroneous, these images are in fact real and undoctored, and they are indeed photographs taken of a patient whose brain surface was exposed and crawling with insects. The pictures date from October 2002, and they are photographs of a man in his 70s who was suffering from an unusual form of cancer which had eaten away at the upper portion of his skull and scalp but who had not sought any medical treatment because the condition was not causing him pain. The man was brought to the trauma center at Stanford University Hospital (where the photographs shown here were taken) by San Mateo County paramedics who had been summoned to the scene after the man was involved in a minor automobile accident and who found him in his car in the condition pictured.
9th Oct 2007, 05:33
thanks sa additional info taraki...
9th Oct 2007, 05:42
thanks dito kuya
kaya dapat luto ni nanay...
12th Oct 2007, 20:44
di na ako kakain ng kinilaw
12th Oct 2007, 21:11
ano sa tingin nyo... kakain pa kau ng hilaw?
12th Oct 2007, 21:39
ayoko na ng hilaw!!!!!!!! :D :yuk:
12th Oct 2007, 22:14
mapaalalahanan nga nanay ko. sarap na sarap pa naman yun sa kilawin, bisaya kasi. mga bisaya mahilig sa fresh kinilaw. kasama rin kaya maki?
12th Oct 2007, 22:15
oi gabskie di naman lahat di ako kasali :D
13th Oct 2007, 06:45
yucks..buti di ako kumakain ng hilaw:)
13th Oct 2007, 09:17
yuk kadiri! di pa naman ako nakakapag-almusal pero mukang di ko pa kakayaning kumain wah!:shock:
13th Oct 2007, 11:04
waaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!!! dapat hindi nyo na post pic... hehehehe
rotten na yan eh
13th Oct 2007, 16:37
oi gabskie di naman lahat di ako kasali :D
sabi ko na nga ba may tatamaan eh... :laugh::beat:
14th Oct 2007, 05:49
di na ko kain ng kilawin.. ganto rin kaya un mga medium rare steaks? :think:
14th Oct 2007, 12:33
basta safe ang kilawin pag kinain na fresh.. usually kasi, mga resto ay nilalagay lang sa freezer ang raw fish, pero this does not mean na di na mag thrive ang uod dun:D
di na dapat pinapatagal ang fresh fish ng mga four to five hours bago kainin ng hilaw.
sa yellowfin, ambilis mag thrive ang bacteria..kaya iwas talagang kumain ng kilawin na yellowfin.
maswerte tayu na mayroon tayung always fresh fish na available..:D
16th Oct 2007, 13:45
buti na lang nde ako kumakain sushi at sashimi....tnx sa info....:D
18th Oct 2007, 15:23
buti nlang di pa aq nakakain ng sushi eversince...:yipee: hehehe... :spit:
18th Oct 2007, 15:28
Yuck boss 22o ba yan.. mhilig p nman ako mag eat nyan.. :hat:
18th Oct 2007, 18:20
:yuk: buti nalang d aq kumakain ng kilawin :hilo:
Smoking Kills (You can see links before reply)
18th Oct 2007, 21:25
suko ako dyan....d n ko eat nyan...
19th Oct 2007, 10:47
21st Oct 2007, 04:51
im not sure if this is for real e di sana naging extinct na lahat ng hapon..
21st Oct 2007, 09:24
eeeYou can see links before reply! good thing d me mahilig sa mga ganyan na foods! tnx po sa info..
25th Oct 2007, 10:09
kaya dapat mas maganda pa rin yon lutong pagkain iwas lng sa masyadong mamantika
28th Oct 2007, 11:12
3rd Nov 2007, 00:43
EeYou can see links before reply DI NA AKO KAKAIN NG HILAW!!
3rd Nov 2007, 05:31
22nd Nov 2007, 13:56
sa kakakain lang ng isda sa utak na tama nun? kawawa naman.... tsk tsk..
9th Jan 2008, 18:50
wah!! buhay pa ba siya????
9th Jan 2008, 21:55
nice one taraki, kala ko di na ko kakain sushi eh.. :D
i really doubt this..This maybe one of those email hoax..
eggs of any animals or living things will not survive the acidity
of human stomachs evironment..
9th Jan 2008, 23:41
:yuk: iwas na ko sa kinilaw...yung hilaw na lang:naughty:
10th Jan 2008, 19:41
whoa?! kung totoo nga yan, eh buti ndi ako kumakain nyan,
pero maraming hapon ang kumakain nyan, bkt naman, karamihan sa kanila eh ndi nagkaganyan?
just being curious mate
10th Jan 2008, 19:57
eeeYou can see links before reply kadiri naman..pero that is the truth.be careful na lang tayo in eating raw foods... ok pa sana kung medyo half-cooked eh
11th Jan 2008, 00:43
eeeeeeeeeYou can see links before reply
11th Jan 2008, 11:27
yun lang... i love sushi and sashimi pa naman, pero dahil sa ganyang post... ill rethink of eating those stuffs again
16th Jan 2008, 11:49
eYou can see links before reply so grosS :yuk: thanks for sharing eeww
27th Sep 2012, 17:08
27th Sep 2012, 17:13
•Mahilig pa naman
ako kumain ng Hilaw!
lalo na pag
Bagong ligo :upset:
27th Sep 2012, 18:35
sarap ikilaw nung utak hehe
29th Sep 2012, 20:27
kahit kelan di pa ko nakakakain ng sushi kase mahirap lang kame pangsosyal lang kase yan..haha..
tumaas balahibo ko dun sa picture..eeeeYou can see links before reply nga sa mga friends ko..hahaha
29th Sep 2012, 21:42
iww iYou can see links before reply
29th Sep 2012, 22:27
2nd Oct 2012, 06:14
aw yuck.Kadiri naman yan. Buti nalang maselan ako sa mga isda, hindi ako kumakain ng kilawin na luto lang sa suka,haha.
6th Oct 2012, 20:57