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trường hợp tử vong đầu tiên ghi nhận ở Đức năm 1843 :), nhưng cũng hiếm thôi...
Getting kicked in the testicles (tinh hoàn) is undeniably (không thể phủ nhận, không thể tranh cãi) painful. For anyone who doesn't have testicles, think of a migraine (đau nửa đầu) but for your vagina (âm đạo) and you'll have a rough idea of what it feels like. But could a kick to the family jewels (hòn ngọc của gia đình) actually kill you?
Well, enough of you have googled that question for us to take a delve into it, and the short answer is: yes, it's possible, but only in exceptional (khác thường, đặc biệt, hiếm có; ngoại lệ) circumstances (trường hợp).
The earliest case report we can find where death is attributed solely to an injury to the testicles comes from 1843.
"In some parts of Germany, a barbarous (dã man, man rợ; hung ác, tàn bạo) custom exists, in cases of quarrel (cãi nhau), of violently compressing the testicles," the case report reads. "M. Schlesier, of Peitz, relates a case of sudden death from this species of injury. The patient fell to the ground, was seized with violent convulsions (chấn động, rối loạn), and died in a few minutes."
Unfortunately, the case report was light on details of how this pioneer of dying by injuries to the testicles died via injuries to his testicles, as well as why smushing the testicles of your opponents became a custom. However, more recent cases have redressed that balance.
The good news (should you have arrived here after a panicked google search) is that an injury to your plums is unlikely to kill you.
"External genital trauma is uncommon and rarely life-threatening but warrants prompt evaluation for proper management,"
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