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meowedschool:

From a 1979 article. I love old medical illustrations. I doubt this would appear in a journal today.
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malformalady:

Animal skulls covered in salt after being submerged in Lake Assal. Lake Assal, located in east-central Djibouti, is the largest hypersaline water body in Africa. This crater lake is classified as a thalassohaline body, meaning it is dominated by sodium and chloride, reflecting the ionic composition of ocean waters; Lake Assal is an endorheic basin, meaning it has no flow outlet, so that salinity is concentrated as massive evaporation proceeds in this hot arid climate.
Photo credit: Trevor Parker
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corporisfabrica:

Thermal imaging of a heart surgery.
The core of a human body is significantly hotter than the surface of the skin. Note the influx of hot blood into the coronary arteries as the exposed heart beats. 
Image courtesy of Avio NEC.
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usmlenotes:

Deep-vein-thrombosis-mnemonic!
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malformalady:

Leeches feeding on blood at the International Medical Leech Centre — the largest leech farm in the world — in Udelnaya, Russia
Photo credit: Jeremy Nicholl
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aseaofquotes:

J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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eyedefects:

Anterior hyphema, a collection of blood in the anterior chamber.