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Fedor Jeftichew (Fyodor Yevtishchev, 1868 - January 31, 1904), better known as Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy (later Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Man), was ...

Fedor Jeftichew (Fyodor Yevtishchev, 1868 - January 31, 1904), better known as Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy (later Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Man), was ...

Alice Doherty  " in Minneapolis on March 14, 1887, to normal parents who had a son and another daughter who were also normal. At birth, Alice was covered all over in two-inch long, silky blonde hair. She began her exhibition career at the age of two. "Alice, as she is called, is only two years of age, but is as bright as a silver dollar and shows intelligence far beyond her years," commented a writer in Waukesha, Wisconsin. "She has pretty blue eyes, and is as frolicsome as a kitten." She…

Alice Doherty " in Minneapolis on March 14, 1887, to normal parents who had a son and another daughter who were also normal. At birth, Alice was covered all over in two-inch long, silky blonde hair. She began her exhibition career at the age of two. "Alice, as she is called, is only two years of age, but is as bright as a silver dollar and shows intelligence far beyond her years," commented a writer in Waukesha, Wisconsin. "She has pretty blue eyes, and is as frolicsome as a kitten." She…

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.

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.

For two-year-old Connie Lloyd, there was nothing amusing about having a bright red "clown's nose." Born with a benign tumor that grew to cover her nose, she suffered cruel taunts and name-calling and was told that the rare condition could not be cured. However, the shy little girl has a reason to smile at last after surgeons defied the odds and left her with a "nose like mum's."

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For two-year-old Connie Lloyd, there was nothing amusing about having a bright red "clown's nose." Born with a benign tumor that grew to cover her nose, she suffered cruel taunts and name-calling and was told that the rare condition could not be cured. However, the shy little girl has a reason to smile at last after surgeons defied the odds and left her with a "nose like mum's."

she's too damn beauty!

she's too damn beauty!

Congenital Glaucoma This occurs due to abnormalities in the anterior chamber angle of the eye, preventing drainage of aqueous humor. This raises intraocular pressure and presents with corneal oedema as seen in this photograph. Surgical intervention is required, using shunt and drainage procedures.

Congenital Glaucoma This occurs due to abnormalities in the anterior chamber angle of the eye, preventing drainage of aqueous humor. This raises intraocular pressure and presents with corneal oedema as seen in this photograph. Surgical intervention is required, using shunt and drainage procedures.

This poor girls moles have grown into a cowhide I can't imagine how hard it is for her I wish the best for her & her family!!!

This poor girls moles have grown into a cowhide I can't imagine how hard it is for her I wish the best for her & her family!!!

Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.

Mary Ann Bevan

Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.

The color dramatically draws attention to the raw, eaten away appearance of this patient’s face. Lupus, was a generic term used to describe any of the conditions in which a patient’s face looked like as thought it had been chewed by a wolf (Latin ­lupus). This is a case of superficial and deep tissue infection by tuberculosis. Cutaneous manifestations of tuberculosis were quite common in the pre-antibiotic era and had to be differentiated from syphilis. These ‘lupus’ patients often wore…

The color dramatically draws attention to the raw, eaten away appearance of this patient’s face. Lupus, was a generic term used to describe any of the conditions in which a patient’s face looked like as thought it had been chewed by a wolf (Latin ­lupus). This is a case of superficial and deep tissue infection by tuberculosis. Cutaneous manifestations of tuberculosis were quite common in the pre-antibiotic era and had to be differentiated from syphilis. These ‘lupus’ patients often wore…

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