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Doctors in Israel re-attach boy's head after he was 'internally decapitated'


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So it was tendon and muscle, but the spine, nerves and vessels were still attached.

That's not considered a "decapitation". 

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1 hour ago, Piney said:

That's not considered a "decapitation". 

Code name " Yahya "

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9 hours ago, Piney said:

So it was tendon and muscle, but the spine, nerves and vessels were still attached.

That's not considered a "decapitation". 

What is the difference between an "internal decapitation", as it is was described in the article and source, and a "decapitation" without any qualifying language, Dr. Charmander?

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11 minutes ago, Cho Jinn said:

What is the difference between an "internal decapitation", as it is was described in the article and source, and a "decapitation" without any qualifying language, Dr. Charmander?

The spinal column needs to be severed. 

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17 hours ago, Cho Jinn said:

What is the difference between an "internal decapitation", as it is was described in the article and source, and a "decapitation" without any qualifying language, Dr. Charmander?

Isn't that obvious? Some nerves and tendons separated internally isn't like your whole head being cut off. That's as mislabelled as calling a rabbit a fire breathing dragon.

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1 hour ago, Nicolette said:

Isn't that obvious? Some nerves and tendons separated internally isn't like your whole head being cut off. That's as mislabelled as calling a rabbit a fire breathing dragon.

Excellent point, Nicolette.  It is obvious.

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It's an Orthopedic term for when tendons are severed from the skull.

Sheesh people, relax.  It's a thing, it happens and ususally results in death, but in this case, did not.

 

 

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Wow the boy looks a little possessed in the photo.

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ok kool, the Israel are adanced in medicine 

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