Como las personas consideradas insanas debían ser curadas, desde algún método, la ciudad también. Urbanismo desde diagnosis kantiana, personas locas sometidas a electro shock, aislamientos , prisiones, cárceles, escuelas claustros, manicomios, etc. ejemplos de métodos, y espacios de socioespacialidades fasistas. Facial expressions triggered by electric stimulation. From ''Mécanisme de la Physionomie Humaine'' by Guillaume Duchenne, 1862.
36 rare photographs of history
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Orbital abscess with displacement of the eye, 1908 In pre-antibiotic days orbital cellulitis and abscess could result from infections in the upper respiratory tract, sinusitis, furuncles or other infection on the face. This abscess has displaced the eye downward. As the eye is protected in a boney socket with little room for pus or tumor tissue hence it is easily forced from its socket. The infection easily spreads to the brain along the optic nerve or through blood vessels draining the…
27 crazy inventions from the past
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Mary Ann Bevan
Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.
World War 1 American Soldier Peeling Onions in Gas Mask vintage print
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Among these tales one of the most tragically gruesome is that of Little Violette whose name rings through infamy, forever associated with the epithet “The Zombie Child.”