"A foreign object is encapsulated (that is, it is overgrown with a capsule of connective tissue) and lies quietly there. It is not always possible to pull out all the small fragments. They lie in the thickness of the muscles, and if they do not fester immediately, they can lie for a long time. I have a lot of such patients: these are mine-explosive wounds, shot, "the specialist explained.

Sometimes, he said, it is possible to cause more harm during the operation to extract a fragment or pellet.

"It should be a metal that does not conduct electricity and does not cause allergies. For example, nickel causes allergies, copper conducts electricity well - they can behave badly, if it is steel or titanium - they may not appear at all. Sometimes they go out on their own, migrate gradually and break through, "the RT interlocutor concluded.

Earlier, Ekaterina Demyanovskaya, a neurologist, candidate of medical sciences, explained in an interview with RT that in rare cases, a foreign body in the eye can really not manifest itself for a long time.

According to the Ministry of Health of the Moscow Region, a 26-year-old man turned to the ophthalmology department of the Moscow Regional Hospital named after Rozanov with a request to remove a bullet from his left eye.

It is noted that the injury was received almost six years ago as a result of careless handling of pneumatic weapons. At the same time, all these years, the foreign body did not bother the patient in any way.