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BUCHAREST (AFP) - A Romanian surgeon who underwent a fit of madness while operating on a man's testicles proceeded to amputate his penis and cut it into three pieces.

The surgeon, Naum Ciomu, was said to be a senior member of the hospital staff and a professor of anatomy.

He had been operating on a 34-year-old man for a testicular malformation when he committed the act, hospital officials said Friday.

"We are shocked by what has happened. It is the first time we have had such a case," said Sorin Oprescu, head of the Bucharest emergency hospital where the operation took place.

Doctor Ciomu had been banned from entering an operating theatre for two months pending the results of an investigation by the medical council, Oprescu said.

Meanwhile the wife of the unfortunate patient said she was suing Dr. Ciomu.
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Unforgiveable really. Its why Im never going to leave the fate of my penis to the wrath of some surgeon
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Ouch.
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It shouldn't be funny... it shouldn't be... but it is .
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(Original post by Pzyko)
It shouldn't be funny... it shouldn't be... but it is .

i know but poor guy!! haven't ever really thought about it....surgeons ahve so much power over you when you're being operated on.....they coud do what they liked with you...
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(Original post by Homegrownkitten)
BUCHAREST (AFP) - A Romanian surgeon who underwent a fit of madness while operating on a man's testicles proceeded to amputate his penis and cut it into three pieces.

The surgeon, Naum Ciomu, was said to be a senior member of the hospital staff and a professor of anatomy.

He had been operating on a 34-year-old man for a testicular malformation when he committed the act, hospital officials said Friday.

"We are shocked by what has happened. It is the first time we have had such a case," said Sorin Oprescu, head of the Bucharest emergency hospital where the operation took place.

Doctor Ciomu had been banned from entering an operating theatre for two months pending the results of an investigation by the medical council, Oprescu said.

Meanwhile the wife of the unfortunate patient said she was suing Dr. Ciomu.
:eek:
excuse me while i puke
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