Chinese Man’s Mouth Disfigured By Wolf Attack 56 Years Ago, Undergoing Surgery Now
The life of a Chinese Man was ruined 56 years ago from a Wolf attack. He received heavy wounds around the face and he met the surgery after 56 years of waiting. Wu Xiuyou had been attacked by a wolf when he was aged 11 and since then, he struggled for life. His whole mouth was ripped off by the wolf and it resulted in the disfiguring of his mouth. The life of the gentleman was ruined after the incident. This is the reason why he could not get married his whole life and was also denied of a job all his life. However, the doctors have recently turned up by saying that they are ready to elongate the helping hand to the man who suffered such serious wounds.
Wu Xiuyou is a man who is aged 65 and comes from the Datang village in the South West China’s Guizhou province. He was attacked severely by a wolf in that region. The shocking part here is that when he was attacked, Mr. Wu aged only 11 years. After being attacked, he was left with a completely ripped off jaw and mouth. The whole jaw was actually disfigured and the man could only survive on liquid foods. From the last 56 years, this man has been suffering and no government official had taken care of the case. In the recent past, there was an awakening among the officials about this case and the doctors of the state have vowed to help the man.
Mr. Wu’s suffering is no less than fiction. He could never attend the school because of his weird appearance and he could not marry a girl. All his dreams had been smashed by the wolf attack. He lives by his own and nobody lives with him. He is lonely and he also never got a job. Doctor Chen Fei is expected to take the responsibility of the corrective procedure on his shoulders. He stated that the jaws of the patient are distorted and his mouth has been disfigured. The operation will require some special efforts in order to get things in the right place.
According to the team of doctors who ready to treat Mr. Wu, it will be one of the most challenging operations they have done in years. The teeth of Mr. Wu will be constructed over a period of six months. This will happen in the lieu of two operations. The operation will be a big affair and it will involve as many as 20 doctors coming from 20 respective departments. Dr. Chen also said that “The surgery will reconstruct his upper and lower lips and his missing face muscles. We’ll take two musculocutaneous flaps from his legs, and transplant them onto his face after tailoring them. It involves a lot of nerve and vessel sutures.’
After the first surgery, the doctors are looking to go for another operation that will construct the teeth of Mr. Wu over a period of six months.