Human bodies generally do not contain metal unless that material has gotten there via environmental poisoning (ingestion, inhalation), some sort of medical procedure (dentistry, skeletal repair) or via a wound (bullet, schrapnel). Trace elements in the form of vitamins or minerals in the bloodstream, organs or bones are present, but are such small amounts and particles they can not be detected as metal solids.
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