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    Twenty-two-year old Wu Xiaoyan’s parents have been unable to afford the medical costs and have had to watch helplessly as their beloved daughter’s face twisted out of shape – leaving her looking like one of the creations from the Avatar movie. Doctor Liao Quiqing from the hospital that is treating her in Lishui Zhejang, Southern China said: “She now has a severe facial deformity – a Fibrous Dysplasia.

    Pictures of Medical Oddities and Weird Diseases

    "Sideshow Freaks: Human Oddity II"

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    Clump of hair tangled in a machine after worker was pulled in and scalped. The horrific ordeal of a factory worker who suffered life-changing injuries after being dragged into a conveyor belt has been revealed in the statement she gave to a court hearing over the accident. Kelly Nield recalled how she was ‘coughing up blood’ as she felt herself pulled into the mechanism - but the factory floor was so busy that nobody noticed the accident. ∞

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    World Largest Human Oddities | baby with second penis 19 Of The Worst Human Growths Ever

    Most Horrific Human Growths and Rare Conditions | ThaiMed

    Sideshow Freaks: Human Oddity I Cherry Dollface. Shot in Portland or in 2008. Photo: Travis Haight

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    5 Most Incredible Sideshow Freaks 2 - YouTube

    5 Most Incredible Sideshow Freaks 2

    Medical humor – Tribute to the crazy medical world | PMSLweb

    Medical humor – Tribute to the crazy medical world - PMSLweb

    Marfan Syndrome

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    In Guizhou, China, a 64-year-old man has a bizarre facial anomaly. According to the article, at the age of eleven, while in the mountains, he was licked in the face by a wolf and was supposedly infected by something, causing his facial disfigurement over time. *Im not a doctor but this image reminds me all too much of Noma, however all of the blogs/articles I read(providing I had to use Google translate) mentioned the wold being the source of this mans disfigurement.*

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    spinal deformity

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    Did You Know Archive » 10 fun and interesting facts you probably didn’t know

    10 fun and interesting facts you probably didn't know

    Lamb-head Man

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    "neck ears"

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    joe. My best guess it that is a birth defect known as progressive congenital macrodactyly, where basically, starting at birth, the fingers grew rapidly, at a faster rate than the others, and then never stopped. If they did not amputate his hand I bet they continued to grow!

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    Man recovering from leprosy--horrible!

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    Nurse and hydrocephalic child, by Lord Snowdon. A medical condition in which there is an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the ventricles, or cavities, of the brain.

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    MAN WITH EYE TUMOR, 1906 Large facial tumors have always fascinated medical photographers. Facial tumors are particularly obvious and usually brought to a surgeon’s attention before other areas of the body that can be easily concealed by clothing. Eye tumors could simply be covered by an eye patch in early stages and were frequently advanced before patients sought relief; many were painless. Because large numbers of people were disfigured from a variety of eye diseases, eye patches were common

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    Morbid Anatomy: New Lot of Amazing, Lavishly Illustrated, Hard-to-Find Books on Victorian Anthropomorphic Taxidermist Walter Potter for Sale!

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    Burned for dating. Before and after.

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    #Rhinoplasty. Loss of #nose due to an injury, and replacement by a finger in 1880. Surgery by Dr. E. Hart, photo by OG Mason, both of Bellevue Hospital, NY. #weird #oddity #photography #odd #creepy #medical


    The Burns Archive: CBS NEWS Coverage- Eye Care in the 1800s RODENT CANCER, 1865 The most common skin cancer is Basal Cell Carcinoma/Epithelioma (BCE). It is a slow growing cancer that does not metastasis but spreads locally causing significant destruction. While today almost all patients survive the disease in the nineteenth century it was often a fatal condition as patients sought treatment only when the disease was advanced.

    The Burns Archive: CBS NEWS Coverage- Eye Care in the 1800s

    Planned Extinction: Humans have aggressively worked toward the extinction of many species of viruses and bacteria in the cause of disease eradication. For example, the smallpox virus is now extinct in the wild, although samples are retained in laboratory settings. The last naturally occurring case was diagnosed on October 26, 1977.

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