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Eye care in the 1800s: Rodent Cancer
In the 19th Century, the cancer now called basal cell carcinoma was known as rodent cancer. That’s because patients with advanced cases, like this woman treated in London in the mid-1800s, looked as if their flesh had been gnawed away by rats.
This photograph was published in 1867 in one of the first medical textbooks, “Rodent Cancer.” It was written by Dr. Charles Hewitt Moore (1821-1870).
Credit: Dr. Stanley B. Burns
Multiple deep lacerations in a 4-year-old girl with extensive soft tissue, organ, and bone damage following a fall from a tractor and being run over by a rotary hoe.
Via Stop Goblin Strikes Again! Muhahaha... x2
Paging Doctor Frankenstein! A truly bizarre clip from a 1940 Russian film that purports to show how dead animals can be revived. I suspect that at least part of it is faked - that dog’s head - eek! More of this film here: