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Weirdest medical thing you've ever seen? watch

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    No offence of course to anyone affected but this is one of the most shocking things I've ever seen. People born without brains.

    Anencephaly

    what else have people got to offer?
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    OMG, it looks like a frog (in the face) :teehee:
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    :lotwut: reminds me of a naked teenage mutant ninja turtle haha.
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    weeeeeeird
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    Ahhh ******* hell! That picture scared the **** outta me.

    Moving on, one of the weirdest things I've ever seen was a naked black guy walking towards me as I walked down my road at 3am who then proceeded to ask me for directions and do a little dance. He then explained that he had been locked out :rofl:
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    this definitely isn't the weirdest, but it's the most interesting.. really bad oedema, i was holding a patient while helping with a bedbath and i removed my hand to see a massive handprint.. it was like a memory foam mattress but so much more defined and it stayed there for ages :|
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    damnnn
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    (Original post by emmaD96)
    OMG, it looks like a frog (in the face) :teehee:
    Yeah....it's not really that funny.
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    Saw a 15 year old kid with 4 kidneys getting a renal transplant =/
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    Elephantiasis
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    Harlequin's. Imagine having eyes like cherry soothers. Bad times
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    Harlequin Ichthyosis.

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    I have been at anatomy museum when I was at school. If I don't mistake it's somewhere at Moscow center. They have a good collection of human heads in glass jars.
    But there are such a place at Peterburg which I avoid most of all. Kunstcamera. Peter the Great collected weird dead-born childs all over the Europe and placed them in glass jars. So now there are a lot of human kind monsters of 17-18th centuries. He paid a lot of money to get such a collection.
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    (Original post by thecdon)


    Harlequin's. Imagine having eyes like cherry soothers. Bad times
    *******. too late.
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    The resemblance to a famous figure is uncanny but it's still a baby.....so kindly STFU.

    What happens to such individuals if anyone knows?
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    Wow i'm speechless at all these cases. Its really sad and unfortunate. God bless them
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    It really is sad to see such cases, I agree.
    But it's the raw nature of genetics and biology. Mutations occur, and that's what happens.
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    how horrible makes you sorta feel lucky for what you've got...
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    There are many interesting halls at Kunstcamera, but I try to avoid this place just for this hall.
    http://www.google.ru/images?hl=ru&ne...w=1146&bih=638
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    there was this programme on tv a while ago, weirdest things removed from the human body or something and number one, was this man has his twin dead inside of him (still foetus/baby size). that was really disturbing, he was like 30s :|
 
 
 
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