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This museum is rotten with a century of wax medical deformities

University of Florence Museum of Pathological Anatomy

Discover University of Florence Museum of Pathological Anatomy in Florence, Italy: This museum is rotten with a century of wax medical deformities.

Child's skull showing teeth before baby teeth are lost. The other picture I posted was a model of a skull. This is an actual skull.

Creepy Skull With Two Sets Of Teeth

Child's skull with baby teeth and adult teeth, Hunterian Museum, London. Until I saw this, I never thought of what was going on in a skull of a child about to get their adult teeth.

Deformity from tuberculosis or an anthropothy with perhals scholiosis or vitamin D deficency.

Deformity from tuberculosis or an anthropothy with perhals scholiosis or vitamin D deficency.

Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva or when your muscle turns to bone. Affects 1 out of 2 million.

In 1933 Harry Raymond Eastlack, Jr. was born with a rare genetic disease called fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) that turned his connective tissue (muscles, ligaments and tendons) into b…

C'est la vie

Booktopia has Alexander McQueen : Savage Beauty, Metropolitan Museum of Art by Andrew Bolton. Buy a discounted Hardcover of Alexander McQueen : Savage Beauty online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

1900 Carnival Sideshow - Alice Doherty - The Minnesota Woolly Girl - Poster

1900 Carnival Sideshow - Alice Doherty - The Minnesota Woolly Girl - Poster

weirdvintage: “Alice E. Doherty was born in 1887 with a rare genetic mutation called “hypertrichosis”, or “werewolf syndrome”, which causes excessive body hair. She was billed as “The Minnesota Woolly Baby”. At birth, she was covered all over in.

Examples of the some of the various deformations of the fetus known to cause dystocia  Dystocia (dys - “bad”, tokos - “childbirth”, meaning a difficult labor) could be caused by either the mother’s body, or the shape of the fetus. In these cases, the fetal form was the sole cause of dystocia (and C-section), and in the case of the thoracopagus twins, the cause of the death of the mother. An American Text-Book of Obstetrics, for Practitioners and Students. 1895.

Examples of the some of the various deformations of the fetus known to cause dystocia Dystocia (dys - “bad”, tokos - “childbirth”, meaning a difficult labor) could be caused by either the mother’s body, or the shape of the fetus.

Extremely Deformed People | forgetomori » “Alien Skeleton” case solved

It came to light in in circumstances akin to a mystery novel.

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