lithopedion

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lithopedion

[‚lith·ə′pē·dē‚än]
(medicine)
A retained fetus that has become calcified.
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Award-winning author Joolz Denby, whose first novel, Stone Baby, was lauded by critics, and whose subsequent work, Billie Morgan, put her firmly in the frame for the Orange Prize, will be celebrating the publication of her latest novel The Curious Mystery on Friday, July 1.
So they were amazed when they walked into work to find the nine stone baby happily trotting after his mother in the paddock.
PROUD Amanda Eclerton heard the patter of not-so-tiny feet when her enormous one stone baby was born with only gas and air.
This involved, among others things, lifting a 360- pound stone, slapping the buttock of a stone baby, or playing a Chinese version of pin the tail on the donkey.