‘Phengodidae Sp. The beetle family Phengodidae is known also as glowworm beetles, whose larvae are known as glowworms.’ (via Project Noah)
who did her hair like this
A case of supernumerary teeth and oral myiasis. Myiasis is caused by dipterous larvae that feed on the host dead or living tissues, liquid body substances or ingested food and is commonly found in third world countries. Cases of oral myiasis have been reported to occur following dental extraction, nosocomial infection, in drug addicts, visits to tropical countries, in psychiatric patients and conditions that are likely to cause prolonged mouth opening, like mouth breathing during sleep, senility, alcoholism and mental retardation. The flies are attracted to the bad mouth odor due to neglected oral hygiene or fermenting food debris. Persistent mouth opening facilitates the deposition of the eggs by the adult fly
Budd–Chiari syndrome with thrombosis of the inferior vena cava. Budd–Chiari syndrome is a condition caused by occlusion of the hepatic veins that drain the liver.
Trouxas III (Alusivo ao Artur Barrio) / Óleo sobre Tela / 190 x 230 cm / 2013. One of the grotesque and hyper-realist paintings of Brazilian artist Fábio Magalhães.
Onychogryphosis or ‘ram’s horn nails’ is a nail dystrophy in which the nails becomes thickened and curved, resembling horns. It can be caused by trauma or peripheral vascular disease, but most often secondary to self-neglect and failure to cut the nails for extended periods of time. It is common among the elderly.
Tongue tattooing, is the process of permanently altering the color of the tongue using the a series of pigment injections. The body modification community uses almost exclusively the injection method. To date, attempts to tattoo the tongue using traditional tattooing methods have been extremely unsatisfactory, almost always completely dissapearing. The general consensus is that injecting pigment is the most effective method for tongue tattooing/staining.