Ping Pong ball saves little girl's life

A smart Australian surgeon kept a little girl Mackenzie Argaet who has gastrointestinal disorder known as biliary atresia alive by putting in a Ping Pong ball during her liver transplant operation. This is the first in the world, the surgery is done by Dr. Albert Shun from The Children's Hospital at Westmead.

X-ray: The circular outline of the ping pong ball can be seen on the left of the image. It was inserted to stop Mackenzie's liver pressing against her arteries

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