The human body is made up of atoms, mystery, and blood. In the past, humans didn’t understand too much about how they worked or what they were made up of. But thanks to advances in technology and medicine, we’re able to learn incredible things about how we operate and how we can be fixed when we’re broken.He is probably feeling a bit regretful now that he is sitting in a jail cell after being caught transporting illegal substances.
Never hide an engagement ring in a milkshake. She eventually found it, but not in the romantic way she was hoping. Congratulations on the engagement though!
This is a picture of the aorta vein, which is the largest vein in the entire body. It extends from the left ventricle of the heart all the way down to the abdomen, where it splits into two smaller arteries.
This patient had a facelift procedure done with gold threads before she had the X-ray. That’s true love for all things shiny.
In the top picture, you can see what the mouth of a seven-year-old child looks like. In the bottom picture, you can see the mouth of a 30-year-old. Time sure does create change, doesn’t it?
Yikes! That’s not supposed to be there. Looks like it probably caused a lot of pain.
Here you can see a panoramic shot taken in a dentist’s office of a person’s jaw. The glasses really bring the whole X-ray together, don’t you think?
Doctors and nurses who work in the emergency area see a lot of strange things but this one has to be one of the weirdest!
But this one was shoved up someone’s derriere! They have a lot of explaining to do. Can you imagine the embarrassment?
Excessive alcohol use causes irreparable damage to the human body. This picture shows the brain slowly shutting down because of alcohol-related vermian atrophy.
Just a little bit of persuasion from the Storm Trooper and the X-ray techs broke all the rules. Threats of violence aren’t as cool as using the Force, but hey, it works.
He forgot that the grenade can’t be detonated from inside his stomach. Hopefully, he is sitting in prison somewhere.
Here you can see a picture of the nerve tracts that connect the different regions of the brain. It kind of looks like something that would live at the bottom of the ocean instead of in someone’s head.
Well, this was his final frontier. We have no explanation for how that happened so you’ll have to take a guess.
A 52-year-old woman swallowed 78 pieces of cutlery. Hopefully, she’s okay now.
Just kidding. Someone decided to wear their cosplay costume to the doctor’s office, but at least it looks cool.
In this picture, you can see how many blood vessels run through our fingers. Pretty impressive, isn’t it?
Ouch! The knife got lodged in the skull. The pain must have been excruciating!
But for this woman, the screening picked up a little bit more. She was wearing so much makeup that it could be seen on the pictures of her CT-Scan.
This X-ray shows an implanted AbioCor Replacement Heart. This heart was entirely artificial, making it the first of its kind.
That bond can be seen in this truly moving image of a mother and her little one.
Toddlers tend to put everything they can get their hands on into their mouth. As you can see, this toddler wanted to get a little closer to her favorite cartoon character.
This is a scan of a person who weighed 410 pounds! The skeleton looks trapped underneath all of that extra weight.
This picture shows the difference between the brain of a healthy person and the brain of a person in a coma. Can you tell which is which?
What you’re seeing here is an image of an ankle viewed from the side made with a spectral scanner. Proof that the future is now.