Later, the primary source of the man’s strange whistling was discovered to be an open wound on the left side of his scrotum.
You’d think the solution would be stitching up the open wound, but…
While no doctors could not determine the cause, they noted in the report that they were eventually forced to remove both of his testicles before resolving the problem.
I mean… I get air in the abdomen is a more serious issue than the whistling, but how is removing his testicles the solution to preventing air from getting into the abdomen in the future? Are they also producing air?
Crikey. Go in with a pneumothorax. Come out with an orchidectomy. It does sound a bit extreme. You can imagine them sort of poking different squishy bits and saying “Wonder what this bit does? Maybe we can just remove it and see if it solves the problem?”.
Most specialists think in one dimension only. Politicians tax it. Policemen bash it over the head. Surgeons slice it out. It’s just the way things are.