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Se faire enlever les dents de sagesse, c'est déjà très désagréble. On n'ose imagine ce qu'Ashik Gavai, un jeune Indien âgé de 17 ans, a pu ressentir en s'en faisant arracher 232... L'adolescent est en effet atteint d'odontome, une forme de tumeur des tissus dentaires très rare.

7 heures d'opération

Ashik avait de fortes douleurs dans la bouche depuis près de dix-huit mois lorsqu'il s'est décidé à se rendre à l'hôpital. La dentiste qui s'est occupée de son cas a eu la surprise de sa vie. "Au début, on n’arrivait pas à ouvrir (la gencive), raconte-t-elle à la BBC. "Quand on l’a ouverte, des petites dents comme des perles ont commencé à sortir. On en a compté 232 ! Je n’avais jamais vu ça en 30 ans de carrière". L'opération exceptionnelle a nécessité quatre chirurgiens et a duré près de 7 h.

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hahahahahahaha il m'a fallu quelques secondes mais c'est absolument énorme.

J'éspère juste que c'est pas une prévision :lol:

 Un peu plus long chez moi , mais énorme quand même :> sympa ces ricains

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La photo de casinas ne permet pas de réellement concevoir ce que donne la bouche d'un patient ayant un odontome...

Je vous préviens, c'est "graphic"

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Ou comment croquer la vie à pleines dents...

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Voici ce que répond Facebook après avoir report une vidéo où l'on voit des mecs se faire humilier et lapider pendant 6 longues minutes avant de les prendre en gros plan la larme à l'oeil puis de les exécuter salement :

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Voici ce que répond Facebook après avoir report une vidéo où l'on voit des mecs se faire humilier et lapider pendant 6 longues minutes avant de les prendre en gros plan la larme à l'oeil puis de les exécuter salement :

Cette video?

 

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Wikipedia refuses to delete photo as 'monkey owns it' Wikimedia, the organisation behind Wikipedia, has refused a photographer’s repeated requests to delete his most famous shot as it is jeopardising his livelihood – because a monkey pressed the shutter button and "owns the copyright"

 

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suite/source http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11015672/Wikipedia-refuses-to-delete-photo-as-monkey-owns-it.html

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