There are some moments that simply make you scratch your head and mutter, "well, that doesn't happen every day."
In some cases, a rarity feels like cinematic and glorious, like the world is open and anything can happen. Other times, it just ups the general WTF factor of being a person navigating the abyss of this chaotic planet.
I'm a radiologist. One day reporting, I pull up a CT of a 30-something year old who had abdominal pain. Specifically, they had felt "tension", then a distinct "popping" sensation with sharp pain, then a vague but moderately severe ache that persisted.
So I'm looking for the usual suspects in this sort of presentation - appendicitis, diverticulitis, maybe epiploic appendagitis or inflammatory bowel disease.
Found a foreign body in small bowel - looked odd on single slices, so I reformatted the image set in 3D: Found a bread clip.
Interestingly, I found another one about 6 years later. My two cases constitute about 5% of all cases ever reported.