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Kemper Fi: Warning Signs

1. Bed-Wetting. There’s nothing unusual or alarming about bed-wetting in itself; it’s a common phenomenon among little children. When the problem persists into puberty, however, it may be a sign of significant and even dangerous emotional disturbance. 60% of sex-murderers were still suffering…

(Source: killer-junction)

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forensicsandpathology:

A pathologist sectioning brain stem at midbrain level.

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doktors:

Human Karyotype.

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my-own-dark-corner:

A skeleton of cephalopagus twins. The twins of this type are joined at the head (with two faces at each side of the head) and upper portion of the body. Because of the severe malformations of the brain, cephalopagus twins never survive.

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(Source: scoresandshoots)

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mymedspace:

Anatomic Fashion: Skeletal Stilettos I love this white ones I would surely take them on to school.

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