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Sutured Infection

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slobbering:

Nicolas-Henri Jacob (French, 1782–1871) - Drawing in Traité Complet De L’anatomie De L’homme by Marc-Jean Bourgery, 1839
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slobbering:

Nicolas-Henri Jacob (French, 1782–1871) - Drawing in Traité Complet De L’anatomie De L’homme by Marc-Jean Bourgery, 1839

(Source: link.library.utoronto.ca, via corpsecaddy)

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dropboxofcuriosities:

H. Walter - Intervention chirurgicale, 1910.
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dropboxofcuriosities:

H. Walter - Intervention chirurgicale, 1910.

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humanoidhistory:

An illustration of conjoined twins, born in 1678 in the Alsace region of modern-day France.
(National Library of France)
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humanoidhistory:

An illustration of conjoined twins, born in 1678 in the Alsace region of modern-day France.

(National Library of France)

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vintagehandsomemen:

Bike Boy by jack_mord on Flickr.
Legless young man on a custom hand-pedaled velocipede. Cabinet card, c.1885.
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vintagehandsomemen:

Bike Boy by jack_mord on Flickr.

Legless young man on a custom hand-pedaled velocipede.
Cabinet card, c.1885.

(Source: stirling-greene, via marcusblack1844)

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crazyratladee:

This is a picture of a Goldschmidt toad that has a mutation that caused its eyes to grow inward into its mouth. Therefore,it needs to open its mouth to see. It was found in a garden in Canada.
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crazyratladee:

This is a picture of a Goldschmidt toad that has a mutation that caused its eyes to grow inward into its mouth. Therefore,it needs to open its mouth to see. It was found in a garden in Canada.

(via tasteful-ossuary)

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Finger-spelling glove used to teach the alphabet to deaf students
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Finger-spelling glove used to teach the alphabet to deaf students

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Anyone have any information about this piece? If so please let me know!
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Anyone have any information about this piece? If so please let me know!

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Transparent anatomy plate, mid-twentieth century
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Transparent anatomy plate, mid-twentieth century

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Telephonic bullet probe.
A bulb connected to conducting wire is placed between the patient’s teeth (or inside the rectum/vagina). The operator then holds the receiver to his ear with one hand and passes a metal probe through the wound with the other hand in search of the bullet. Once the probe touches a foreign metal object the circuit is complete, and a grating/clicking sound will transmit through the receiver. All electrical current in this device is derived from the patient’s body; no other battery is used.
From A. D. Rockwell’s The medical and surgical uses of electricity, 1903
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Telephonic bullet probe.

A bulb connected to conducting wire is placed between the patient’s teeth (or inside the rectum/vagina). The operator then holds the receiver to his ear with one hand and passes a metal probe through the wound with the other hand in search of the bullet. Once the probe touches a foreign metal object the circuit is complete, and a grating/clicking sound will transmit through the receiver. All electrical current in this device is derived from the patient’s body; no other battery is used.

From A. D. Rockwell’s The medical and surgical uses of electricity, 1903

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viciieuse:

Human cross-sectional slices, International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago.

(via darklynoon)

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First aid bandaging techniques.

Richards Topical Encyclopedia, 1962

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