arrow remover (ca. 1540) The blades were sharpened on the outside. The operator would insert the device by following the tract of the arrow in with the instrument closed, and then widen to create a tract for the arrow to be removed.
Teen with 3-foot fishing spear in skull poses dilemma for doctors: With the help of power tools and industrial-grade vise grips, Miami doctors have successfully removed a 3-foot spear that pierced a teenager’s skull during a fishing accident. And Tuesday, 16-year-old Yasser Lopez left the intensive care unit.
This is Dr. Christian Barnard. He performed the world's first human heart transplant operation on 3 December 1967 in S. Africa. The patient was a 54-year-old man suffering from incurable heart disease. Barnard later wrote, "If a lion chases you to the bank of a river filled with crocodiles, you will leap in, convinced you can swim to the other side." The donor heart came from a woman who had been brain damaged in an accident. The doctor marveled, 'It works.' The patient lived for 18 days.
Typewriter Series #12 by Tyler Knott Gregson I am more than the brittle bones and creaking joints that move me with purpose and something that once resembled grace. Rattle though they may and ache where they will I am more than bones. I am made of magic things and the left-over fire of silently exploded stars.
I've been watching "Bones" on Netflix and I'm cracking up because I was looking at all of this trying to figure it out before I looked at the text, lol. I looked at the left, smaller skull, thicker lips and thicker nose, and thought black lady, and the right larger skull, more pointer nose and thinner lips thought could be a white guy. Had me stumped on the age though, lol!