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Man's stomach is turned into a human beer keg due to auto-brewery syndrome, a rare condition.

The case study report published by the BMJ website confirms man's rare condition of an auto-brewery syndrome.

The case study report published by the BMJ website confirms man's rare condition of an auto-brewery syndrome.According to the case study published by the medical journal BMJ Open Gastroenterology states that a patient, a 46-year-old man was diagnosed with the extremely rare auto-brewery syndrome in 2017. Caused by excess fungus in the gut which converts carbohydrates into alcohol. After seeing a specialist at Richmond University Medical Center in the US, it was reported as one of only five people in the world to have been diagnosed with the auto-brewery syndrome.

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