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Nicole Angemi első pillantásra egy helyes, tetovált lánynak tűnik, akiről egy kis utánaolvasás után kiderül, hogy egyébként háromgyerekes anyuka (még semmi sem gyanús senkinek), és patológus. Na, mi itt már elkezdtünk gyanakodni, hogy miről szólhat Instagram oldala, és hát ilyen ötösünk legyen a lottón! Vagyis csak négyesünk lenne, mert azt eltaláltuk ugyan, hogy hullákat, borzalmas sérüléseket és undorítóbbnál undorítóbb holttesteket és maradványokat mutat be, de azt nem, hogy ezek nem az ő pácienseiről készült képek: általában halottkémektől kapott fotókat oszt meg, vagy olyanokat, amiket orvosi archívumokban talál. Hogy miért? Mert úgy gondolja, mindenkinek joga van megismerni az emberi testet, és tudni dolgokat az életről, halálról – na meg a boncolásokról. Előre szólunk, NAGYON DURVA KÉPEK következnek, szóval ha úgy döntesz, megnézed az összeállítást, akkor tedd le a kanalat az ebédlőasztalnál.
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Forensic Friday!!!!! An oldie but goodie!!!! Forensic Friday!!!! I have been into forensics forever. One case I was obsessed with about 13 years ago was a murder in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, 538 Lombard Street. A NJ contractor’s wife went missing for 3 months. He was the main suspect in the case, so investigators were going to all the sites where he did contracting work. When the detective arrived at the Lombard Street home, he noticed a recently erected wall with a foul smell and flies surrounding the wall. The foul smell was the suspect’s wife decomposing within the cement wall. The body was removed and was covered in plastic and duct tape. A tube of toothpaste was found lodged in her throat at autopsy. Her body was indentified by dental records and the serial numbers on her breast implants. The husband committed suicide shortly thereafter. I was so obsessed with this case because I walked by that house every day, not knowing there was a dead, decomposing body in the wall. It freaked me out but intrigued me at the same time. These photos show a different case. When murders place their victims in cement, they think they are hiding and permanently getting rid of the body. What they don’t know is that the body will still decompose letting off a horrible smell that is very recognizable as rotting human flesh. Here is a case of a man shoved into a barrel with cement. The victim is large and there is not much cement present in the barrel. The smell of his decomposing body in this field with the sun beating down was evident quickly. #iheartautopsy #autopsy #forensicfriday #phillymurders #philly #philadelphia #lombard #societyhill #cement #burying #forensics #decomposition #csi #crimescene #pathology
How do we tell identical twins from fraternal twins? 👶🏻👶🏻 Twin placentas can be kinda confusing until you think about what is really going on. 👶🏻👶🏻Identical twins: 1 egg, 1 sperm. A fertilized egg is made then splits. This makes 2 babies made from the same DNA. The babies most commonly (depending on when the egg splits) are in a sac together or 2 sacs divided by a thin membrane. Rarely, a condition can occur called twin-twin transfusion in which the vessels of each umbilical cord are anastamosed or attached which can cause one twin to get large and one not to grow enough. 👶🏻👶🏼Fraternal twins: these twins are created when 2 eggs are fertilized with 2 sperm. In theory fraternal twins are the same as any other brother and sister, but they are created and grow together in the womb at the same time. They do not have identical DNA which is why male/female twins can never be identical. These placentas can have a variety of presentations. There can be 2 separate placentas that are not attached at all, or there can be an attached placenta – for example the one in this photo. The give away is the dividing membrane is not thin- it is very thick. Normally, a single placenta under the microscope has 2 layers of the membranes (1 chorion and 1 amnion). If this dividing membrane was looked at under the microscope, you would see 4 layers (2 chorion, 2 amnion). What this means is essentially it is not really one twin placenta but rather 2 placentas that were fused together during development (this can rarely happen in the case of identical twins unless the egg splits early on. Most commonly in identical twins the egg splits at the blastocyst stage which leaves one disc) I can look at most placentas and tell grossly fraternal vs identical, but the true conformation is with microscopic diagnosis which is why every multiple birth placenta is sent to pathology for examination. Genetics can also be done to confirm, but the test is costly.
In gross anatomy lab, it is typical to remove all of the skin from the body to evaluate the underlying structures, no matter what field of medicine you are specializing in. There is not 1 way to dissect a body. The dissection approach for each gross anatomy lab is different depending on the students needs. For example: as a pathologists’ assistant (like me) our needs are to focus primarily on visceral (organ) structures because that is what we mainly focus on in the course of our career in surgical pathology and autopsy. We do learn the muscles and bones as well- but not as much a let’s say a physical therapy student who will primarily focus on that during their career. The face is typically off limits during an autopsy, but a cadaver in gross anatomy lab will usually have their face dissected as well so we can learn the muscles, nerves and vessels of the face. Photo credit: @altaacademiaforense
Funeral Friday!!!☠️⚰️☠️⚰️ This is the view of a self inflicted gun shot wound to the head from a funeral directors perspective. In this particular jurisdiction, this was a “brain only” autopsy, or what was left of the skull and brain. In some jurisdictions the entire body will be autopsied, even if the cause of death is apparent suicide to the head. Maybe the patient had a stage 4 cancer causing depression which led to the suicide. Either way- it is up to the jurisdiction to decide what type- if any autopsy will be performed on suicide patients. This patient also left a note- which influences the decision as well. 🏷🏷🏷🏷Funeral life! My funeral director friend often brings his children to work. When it’s the business it’s something you are around all the time! Death can not be scheduled, and bodies start decomposing the second they die. The sooner the body gets emblazoned- the better! Often times it is a middle of the night/weekend kind of job. My friend asked his kids if they wanted to see a brain. What was left of the brain was in a small ziplock type brain in the skull cavity. When he pulled out the bag of brain, his kids thought that he was pulling the brain out himself and that is what it looks like in the bag! Oh kids!!!! #iheartautopsy #funeralfriday #funeral #embalming #science #pathology #gsw #brain #kidsanddeath
Happy Independence Day!!!!!🎉🇺🇸🎉🇺🇸 Don’t forget that fireworks are dynamite and will blow of your major extremities and/or kill you!!!! Be careful!!! I would hate to see your limb come across my desk! Photo cred: @goddamngypsyqueen #iheartautopsy #4thofjuly #independanceday #america #fireworks #fireworkaccident #pathology #trauma #er #ed #emergencyroom #surgery
Motorcycle accident. Severe leg trauma. Leg was able to be saved with surgery/ skin grafting. Photo cred: @gagedrone #iheartautopsy #trauma #accident #motorcycle #motorcycleaccident #healtheducation #er #ed #emergencyroom #emergencymedicine #ems #emt #paramedic #surgery #surgeon #grafting #skingraft #med #medschool #nurse #or #operatingroom
Sweet little 16 week baby fetus Why does this fetus look so normal? Unfortunately because it is normal. Often times the baby dies in utero due to placental problems, in this case a large blood clot formed between the placenta and the moms uterus cutting off blood flow to the baby. These cases are sad😓 #iheartautopsy #miscarriage #16weeks #4months #pregnant #pregnancy #placenta #healtheducation #science #pathology #pathassist #pathologistsassistant #medicine #obstetrics #
Formalin which is basically just a watered down form of formaldehyde is nasty. For those who are not exposed on a daily basis, within seconds of exposure the eyes start tearing and the nose and throat start burning. In most situations, in the surgical pathology lab we are working under ventilation hoods that pull the fumes from our face. Because an autopsy is fresh, most morgues I have been to are not equip with a fume hood. After autopsy, we save pieces of the organs with pathology in the event that we need to examine them after the body has left us for the funeral home. There are circumstances where a non pathology person will want to look at the organs- such as the patients surgeon or doctor. In those situations we rinse the formalin off of the organs so the fumes do not irritate them while they are looking at the pathology.
💀💀Pathology💀💀 Our field of medicine is like no other. This is how we meet our patients. Our dedication to the patient is the same as any doctor, nurse, or any other member of the health team that took care of the patient prior to them arriving to us. Our job is to diagnose patients and give families answers. Often times our diagnosis is the last word a family hears from the hospital before they can start the grieving process. There is nowhere on earth I’d rather be 🌎💀🔪 #iheartautopsy #pathology
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