SOMEWHERE IN THE SOUTH – Presenting to the local emergency room with a chief complaint of “feels spinning,” area man Harry Hole underwent extensive evaluation before the correct diagnosis was secured: he “fell” on a fidget spinner and it was, amazingly, still spinning.
Hole reports the incident occurred while he was home alone, checking out the fidget spinner his nephew left behind. “Well, I have ADHD, and I heard these things can really help! So I started spinning it. And spinning it some more. And then I put it still spinning on that chair, and I must have tripped, fallen on it, and gotten it lodged in my bottom! It must be a miracle that it’s still spinnin’!”
ED doctor, Emily Turf, tells the Gomerblog team, “The key to the diagnosis was the CT scan immediately upon arrival, followed by a KUB to confirm. And then an MRI scan, which really caused that fidget spinner to spin! Man, my job is fun!”