[A] A case where an adolescent had a uterus surgically removed for benign cysts. The infection had caused her uterus to become infected and turn into an inflatable bladder, which to rid the uterus of was removed by two gynaecologists. Due to the high cost of most anaesthesia, the young lady flew the same day from India to Dubai where the bladder was brought to a Dr Rao. The smell of rotting tissue often leads to infection, but due to a special drainage technique and the general anaesthetic in the Emirate there was no significant infection. Finally, the two gynaecologists transferred the bladder to a patient elsewhere in the world. The patient who had been in India returned to India, where she was suffering from milder pain and bleeding. Since her blood had not been infected by the bladder, the gynaecologists gave her the surgical graft from India, which was approved by the World Health Organisation (WHO).