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Eye Button artwork by Elodie Antoine

Most Loved: All Seeing Eye (Button)

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Apocalyptic Midnight Death Cult on Facebook: Carved from wood in Italy during the 15th Century , this figure resides in the Museum of London {memento mori era art}

euo: Flesh Ring 1 (Ring A Day- 14/365) by ColleenBaran on Flickr.

The 2500-year-old mummified body of the young woman, believed to be between 25 and 28 years old, was found in Siberia with some amazing tattoos.

SEE IT: 2500 year old mummy has FANTASTIC tattoos

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Persistent pupillary membrane (PPM) is a condition of the eye involving remnants of a fetal membrane that persist as strands of tissue crossing the pupil

Eighteenth Century Midwife Training Mannequin - Neatorama

Eighteenth Century Midwife Training Mannequin

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A 22 year old with a nipple on the sole of her foot. Extra nipples are usually found on the torso and this is the first case reported in which a nipple was on the foot. It was removed.

The cast, tumour and portrait of Robert Penman can be viewed in the History of Surgery Museum...The operation was a risky procedure, even for today’s standards, but Syme performed this operation without anaesthesia whilst the patient was seated upright. Penman, a bootmaker from Coldstream, was back at work 6 weeks after the operation and was reported to be in ‘perfect general health’ 30years after this operation.

Scarificator (1910s-20s) Scarificators were used in bloodletting. The spring-loaded blades in this device would cut into the skin, and a special rounded glass cup could be applied over the wound. When warmed, it would help draw the blood out at a faster rate.

Leonarda Cianciulli. Leonarda was a crafty murderer, she loved to turn her friends into bars of soap and tea cookies, which she then gifted to her neighbors and acquaintances.

Persistent pupillary membrane (PPM) is a condition of the eye involving remnants of a fetal membrane that persist as strands of tissue crossing the pupil.