Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Defect in the Roof of the Mouth

Lift your tongue, touch the roof of the mouth!What did you feel? The roof of the oral cavity...

Two Travellers with Tick Fever

Travellers returning from hiking, camping, hunting in the wood, or any such outdoor activities, are at risk of being bitten by an...

A Fatal Complication During Pregnancy!

A 37-year-old pregnant woman at 27 weeks of gestation presented to the obstetrical clinic for her routine prenatal visit. She had no active...

Foreign Accent Syndrome: Imagine picking thick German or fancy French accent after a brain injury. Anyone interested?

Casually speaking, when an accident of brain injury is reported in hospital what consequences can a doctor list down at once? Stroke,...

A Newborn with Sticky Eyes!

Ophthalmia neonatorum, also known as neonatal conjunctivitis, is an aseptic or septic conjunctival inflammation of neonate’s eyes within the first 28 days of birth. The...

Doughnut Lesions

Many of the times, flu and sore throat are home-treated. Herbal and home remedies form elders of the family or previously taken medicines by...

Hungarian Doctors Scrubbing Their Hands Before Surgery

Do you know the history behind hand washing before performing a surgical procedure? The purpose of surgical hand scrub...

The First Ever Shoulder Replacement

These days replacing a body part including, different joints and major organs like the liver and kidneys is...

A Hand Showing Damage From Radiation In The 1900s

This image is of a hand showing damage because of exposure to radiation back in the 1900's. The hand is of Clarence...

Mouth To Mouth Resuscitation 20 Feet Above The Ground

This photo titled "Kiss of Life" shows a utility worker giving mouth to mouth to a coworker. The coworker, Randall G. Champion...

A Surgical Scene From 1945

Ever wondered what a surgical scene looked like 75 years ago? Not quite different from today actually! Although the performance of professional...

The World’s First Heartless Human!

While there are many heartless souls out there. Craig Lewis, 55, is the first heartless human who is literally living without a...

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Doctors Reattach Man’s Penis Almost a Day After it is Amputated!

In a groundbreaking surgery, surgeons in Birmingham, UK, have managed to successfully reattach a man's penis almost a day after it was...

Study Suggests Mozart Sonata Reduces Incidence Of Seizures In People With Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder that affects 50 million people worldwide. Most patients experience debilitating seizures. Treatment often includes one or...
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