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drz01

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A Colorado Springs family is part of one of the strangest cases in medical history.

Dr. Paul Grabb, a pediatric brain surgeon, said he was surprised when he discovered a small foot growing inside the brain of 3-day-old Sam Esquibel.

"The foot literally popped out of the brain," Grabb told TheDenverChannel Wednesday.
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http://www.thedenverchannel.com/health/18297954/detail.html
 
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binoyxj

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How did the child survive with the foot in the brain......Ummm.... certainly gods grace.
 

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Grabb said neurologically, Sam is expected to do well. Sam's brain tumor can come back so he will be monitoring that in the months and years to come.

It's good to know that the baby will do well. I hope the tumor doesn't come back!
 

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