Curiosità Mediche, curiosités medicales, medical curiosity

Curiosità Mediche, curiosités medicales, medical curiosity

dotMD - A festival of medical curiosity

dotMD - A festival of medical curiosity

Vintage Chinese Medicine Bottles Apothocary by ADoseOfAlchemy

Medical Curiosity, Vintage Chinese Medicine Bottles, Apothocary, Ancient Remedies, Original Packaging and Instructions Inside

Medical Curiosity, Restorative, Vintage Dr. Shoop's Family Medicines Bottle by KitchyKeyte on Etsy

Medical Curiosity, Restorative, Vintage Dr. Shoop's Family Medicines Bottle by KitchyKeyte on Etsy

Antique Medical Disease Face From Display - Amazing Medical Curiosity Oddity - 2 on Etsy, Sold

Antique Medical Disease Face From Display - Amazing Medical Curiosity Oddity - 2 on Etsy, Sold

Leonard Trask (1805-1861) was known in the sideshow as 'The Wonderful Invalid'.  He had a series of accidents starting in his late 20s that severely bent his spine.  He was thrown from a horse, landing on his neck, and subsequently fell from a wagon and was in a coach accident.  He was diagnosed post mortem with ankylosing spondylitis, which was exacerbated by his accidents.

Leonard Trask was known in the sideshow as 'The Wonderful Invalid'. He had a series of accidents starting in his late that severely bent his spine.

Antique industrial apothecary cabinet / Vintage pharmacy storage / Medical curiosity curio display case / Queen Annes cast iron wood brass by OpalStackhouse on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/547935857/antique-industrial-apothecary-cabinet

Antique industrial apothecary cabinet / Vintage pharmacy storage / Medical curiosity curio display case / Queen Annes cast iron wood brass by OpalStackhouse on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/547935857/antique-industrial-apothecary-cabinet

Mutter Museum of Medical Oddities in Philly - NASIOC. Born with anencephaly, which is fatal.

Still haven't been to this museum in Philly. Was too busy chasing Toynbee Tiles. Mutter Museum of Medical Oddities

Leonard Trask (June 30, 1805 – April 13, 1861)   was an American who suffered from a "contortion of neck and spine" during his late 20s after an accident while horse riding , which led to Trask becoming a medical curiosity. After numerous attempts at a cure, several further accidents resulting from his condition, and a loss of employment and mobility, Trask (by then earning small amounts of money as a curiosity) published an account of his condition which further increased his renow...

Leonard Trask (June 30, 1805 – April 13, 1861) was an American who suffered from a "contortion of neck and spine" during his late 20s after an accident while horse riding , which led to Trask becoming a medical curiosity. After numerous attempts at a cure, several further accidents resulting from his condition, and a loss of employment and mobility, Trask (by then earning small amounts of money as a curiosity) published an account of his condition which further increased his renow...

Antique Apothecary Glass Set of 6. Cocaine, Opium and Morphine Medical Curiosity Crystal Glasses. Hand Painted Tumblers.

RESERVED For C. Antique Apothecary Glass Set of Cocaine, Opium and Morphine Medical Curiosity Crystal Glasses.

Curiosità Mediche, curiosités medicales, medical curiosity

Curiosità Mediche, curiosités medicales, medical curiosity

Dr. Levi Cooper Lane (1828-1902)  in surgical amphitheater at Cooper Medical College with Dr. Richard H. Plummer (1840-1899) by Stanford Medical History Center, via Flickr

Levi Cooper Lane in surgical amphitheater at Cooper Medical College with Dr. Richard H. Plummer by Stanford Medical History Center

OCT 10 1942 Auschwitz – Dr Kremer indulges his medical curiosity - See more at: http://ww2today.com/10th-october-1942-auschwitz-dr-kremer-indulges-his-medical curiousity.  KZ Auschwitz, Einfahrt

SEP 27 1944 Yom Kippur – Dr Mengele selects young boys for gassing The Auschwitz II-Birkenau main guard house and rail entrance.

An early medical instrument used by midwives -to clap the umbilical cord while it was tied off. Scissors created in imitation of this 1850s medical instrument

Baby storck: An early medical instrument used by midwives -to clap the umbilical cord while it was tied off. Scissors created in imitation of this medical instrument.

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