July232014
Getting ready to meet friends for wings :)

Getting ready to meet friends for wings :)

5PM
weirdvintage:

A woman inside an “electric bath” at the Light Care Institute, London, c. 1900.  This was a precursor to the modern sun-bed, and was used for medical reasons.  (Photo by Reinhold Thiele, from Getty Images’ book "Decades of the 20th Century—1900s" by Nick Yapp, scanned by WeirdVintage)

weirdvintage:

A woman inside an “electric bath” at the Light Care Institute, London, c. 1900.  This was a precursor to the modern sun-bed, and was used for medical reasons.  (Photo by Reinhold Thiele, from Getty Images’ book "Decades of the 20th Century—1900s" by Nick Yapp, scanned by WeirdVintage)

1PM
weirdvintage:

Hermann Peschel (right) lost his left arm and his right arm below the elbow in the First World War. The grip of his artificial arm was controlled by his left shoulder, 1920s (via)

weirdvintage:

Hermann Peschel (right) lost his left arm and his right arm below the elbow in the First World War. The grip of his artificial arm was controlled by his left shoulder, 1920s (via)

10AM
nuclearharvest:

Francesco Lentini (1881-1966) was born in Sicily with with three legs, and two sets of functioning male genitals. via

nuclearharvest:

Francesco Lentini (1881-1966) was born in Sicily with with three legs, and two sets of functioning male genitals. via

6AM
sutured-infection:

Haemorrhagia subdermalis et subconjunctivalis, from Richard Greeff’s Atlas of external diseases of the eye, 1914

sutured-infection:

Haemorrhagia subdermalis et subconjunctivalis, from Richard Greeff’s Atlas of external diseases of the eye, 1914

3AM

onceuponatown:

Vintage dissections: Corpses and medical students.

1AM
King har is in his rightful place :)

King har is in his rightful place :)

July222014
odditiesoflife:

18th Century Midwife Teaching Model
Angélique-Marguerite du Coudray was a famous 18th century midwife and designed this medical model to teach midwife trainees about delivering babies. Louis XV learned of her expertise and asked her to set up courses throughout France. From 1759-1779, she traveled the country with her mannequin and published her Abridged Art of Chid Delivery.
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odditiesoflife:

18th Century Midwife Teaching Model

Angélique-Marguerite du Coudray was a famous 18th century midwife and designed this medical model to teach midwife trainees about delivering babies. Louis XV learned of her expertise and asked her to set up courses throughout France. From 1759-1779, she traveled the country with her mannequin and published her Abridged Art of Chid Delivery.

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5PM
necromancynancy:

Bone cancer

necromancynancy:

Bone cancer

9AM
Can we talk about how bad I feel about leaving my puppy home alone for 10+ hours today :(. #Har #puppy #school #love

Can we talk about how bad I feel about leaving my puppy home alone for 10+ hours today :(. #Har #puppy #school #love

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