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A & # 39; crystal tear & # 39; is taken from the eye of Satenik Kazaryan. She surprised doctors by claiming that she had a rare genetic disorder

Woman who surprised doctors by & # 39; crystal tears & # 39; to cry, is now suspected of falsifying the condition by putting glass in her eyes

  • Satenik Kazaryan from Spandaryan in Armenia, claimed that she & # 39; crystal tears & # 39; cried
  • The mother, 22, surprised doctors with her fright of a rare genetic disorder
  • But experts now claim that she makes up the symptoms with normal glass
  • Doctors claim that she has the mental disorder, Munchausen's syndrome
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A woman who cries & # 39; crystal tears & # 39; and her life to & # 39; hell & # 39; is now suspected by doctors of forging her condition by putting glass in her eyes.

Satenik Kazaryan, from the village of Spandaryan in Armenia, received worldwide attention for the & # 39; crying & # 39; from every day to 50 sharp tears, which she said was terrifying.

Initially, the condition of the 22-year-old surprised doctors, but it was believed that she had a rare medical condition.

Detailed analysis is still ongoing, but now the mother-of-one is strongly suspected of placing glass particles in her own eyes, according to new reports.

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A & # 39; crystal tear & # 39; is taken from the eye of Satenik Kazaryan. She surprised doctors by claiming that she had a rare genetic disorder

A & # 39; crystal tear & # 39; is taken from the eye of Satenik Kazaryan. She surprised doctors by claiming that she had a rare genetic disorder

Head of the village of Avetik Mkhaitaryan shows how the crystal scratches the glass. Depicted are her husband Suren Melikyan (first left), NTV reporter Alexey Simakhin (second left), mother-in-law Satenik Zemfira Melikyan (third left)

Head of the village of Avetik Mkhaitaryan shows how the crystal scratches the glass. Depicted are her husband Suren Melikyan (first left), NTV reporter Alexey Simakhin (second left), mother-in-law Satenik Zemfira Melikyan (third left)

Head of the village of Avetik Mkhaitaryan shows how the crystal scratches the glass. Depicted are her husband Suren Melikyan (first left), NTV reporter Alexey Simakhin (second left), mother-in-law Satenik Zemfira Melikyan (third left)

Satenik Kazaryan with her five year old son, Vanik. Doctors claim that the 22-year-old mother suffers from Munchausen's syndrome

Satenik Kazaryan with her five year old son, Vanik. Doctors claim that the 22-year-old mother suffers from Munchausen's syndrome

Satenik Kazaryan with her five year old son, Vanik. Doctors claim that the 22-year-old mother suffers from Munchausen's syndrome

Although there is a rare medical condition that can lead to so-called & # 39; crystal tears & # 39 ;, experts think that Kazaryan suffers from Munchausen syndrome, a type of mental disorder that leads people to fake disease and self-injury, often as a way to attention.

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Kazaryan and her mother-in-law Zemfira Mikaelyan insist that the & # 39; glass tears & # 39; be natural.

But professor Anna Hovakimyan, from the Armenian Republican Ophthalmic Center, claimed that the & # 39; crystal tears & # 39; probably made of glass.

She said: & # 39; The crystals look like ordinary glass. I am almost 100 percent sure that the patient suffers from Munchausen's syndrome. & # 39;

Although there is a genetic condition called Cystinosis, leading Moscow eye specialist Professor Dmitry Maichuk said: "The formation of such crystals is theoretically possible, but they must be smaller and injure the eye."

During tests on the & # 39; tears & # 39 ;, experts tested them through the & # 39; crystals & # 39; scratch on a glass object

During tests on the & # 39; tears & # 39 ;, experts tested them through the & # 39; crystals & # 39; scratch on a glass object

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During tests on the & # 39; tears & # 39 ;, experts tested them through the & # 39; crystals & # 39; scratch on a glass object

Professor Anna Hovakimyan is watching a video about removing crystals from the eye of Kazaryan. She claims that the crystals are just glass

Professor Anna Hovakimyan is watching a video about removing crystals from the eye of Kazaryan. She claims that the crystals are just glass

Professor Anna Hovakimyan is watching a video about removing crystals from the eye of Kazaryan. She claims that the crystals are just glass

If large crystals formed naturally, it would take several months, not a matter of hours as she claims, he said.

A team from the Russian television station NTV brought some of the crystals from Kazaryan to gemologist Olga Radionova, who said the examples & # 39; simple glass & # 39; goods.

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The TV crew went to the remote village where Kazaryan lives and they were told that the crystals were first seen after her five-year-old son Vanik broke a glass vase.

A piece fell into her eye, it was claimed and later more glass appeared that her mother-in-law continued to remove.

NTV reporter Alexey Simakhin watches as Zemfira Melikyan the & # 39; crystals & # 39; removed from the eyes of Kazaryan

NTV reporter Alexey Simakhin watches as Zemfira Melikyan the & # 39; crystals & # 39; removed from the eyes of Kazaryan

NTV reporter Alexey Simakhin watches as Zemfira Melikyan the & # 39; crystals & # 39; removed from the eyes of Kazaryan

She has collected some of the sharp tears in a box (pictured above) where their. The tears have been sent for analysis by experts

She has collected some of the sharp tears in a box (pictured above) where their. The tears have been sent for analysis by experts

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She has collected some of the sharp tears in a box (pictured above) where their. The tears have been sent for analysis by experts

The woman had previously claimed that the crystals mentioned after a visit to the dentist.

Cystinosis is a metabolic disorder that is caused by gene mutations, but it can be treated with medication.

Such treatment, however, did not work for Kazaryan. She claimed that her condition deteriorated when she took medication.

Armenian Deputy Health Minister Oganes Arutyunyan said the woman's case was being investigated to find out what is going on with the patient & # 39 ;.

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