Spend some time observing the comings and goings in an emergency room and it's likely you'll utter the words, "Now I've seen it all." But ER workers know the number of ways a person can get sick, injured or oddly incapacitated has virtually no limits.
The minute you think you've seen it all, a patient arrives with an insect infestation problem, a small antique lodged in a sensory organ or -- believe it or not -- a patient enters the waiting room that's not even human. And here's the real challenge: Once you pull your jaw off the floor, you've got to figure out how to treat every unusual malady.
What lies ahead is a small collection of peculiar medical problems and how health professionals on the scene handled them. Think you've heard everything? No, no you really haven't. And our first item on the list is going to have you searching for hidden treasure.