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A 55-year-old male admitted to the emergency room after falling down from a height on an iron bar. Physical examination showed the iron rod with entry side at the right parascapular area and exit side at right posterior upper extremity without any visceral injury (Figure 1). The rod was readily mobile on exertion. He was hemodynamically stable. A superficial laceration of the scalp was sutured. Breath sounds were normal and peripheral pulses were palpable. The patient was transferred to thedoi:10.4328/jcam.284 fatcat:pyvajisyczayrj4ijqbfs6y46m