Friday, January 16, 2009 1:26:44 PM
Ok, according to Guiness World Records, 2008 edition, the largest bladder stone ever succesfully removed from a person was 4 lbs, 2 oz. (i.9 kg) and was about 7 by 5 by 3.7 inches (or 17.9 by 12.7 by 9.55 cm). It was removed from the body of Jose de Castro da Silva from Brazil on August 25, 2003.
Please don't flame me for making you throw up in your mouth a little.
Also, Ripley`s Believe it or Not! did a special on the oldest living person with ectopia cordis, or having the heart located somwhere where it shouldn`t be located. I forget his name, but he`s like thirty-something now and has to wear a protective chest plate at all times. But it showed him taking the chest plate off and his chest is perfectly normal looking...except for the large, fleshy lump pulsing just beneath his skin.