|The Future of Medicine Through Bioengineering - Ayden Jacob|
Mrs. Zhao presented at the First Hospital of China Medical University with chronic sinus pain, swollen lymph nodes and headaches. After thorough examination, physicians detected a metal structure lodged in the patients upper sinus cavity, nearing cranial structures. Luckily, doctors extracted the bullet, which was embedded in Mrs. Zhao's cranial physiology for 48 years. She recalls being hit by a bullet at a young age, but decided to live with it after the initial pain subsided.