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These Bizarre Medical Pictures From The Past Will Freak You Out!

A thought of getting sick, visiting a doctor or taking sour medicines always make us upset. But, we should feel blessed to be in 21st century where the medical treatments have become much comfortable for the patient as well as for the doctor.

Here are some vintage medical pictures that might just get too creepy to handle!

These Bizarre Medical Pictures From The Past Will Freak You Out!

These Bizarre Medical Pictures From The Past Will Freak You Out!

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Let's dive into the world of history.

Let's dive into the world of history.

Lewis Sayre, the famous surgeon, used to follow this weird way to correct the curvature of spine in 19th century.

 Lewis Sayre, the famous surgeon, used to follow this weird way to correct the curvature of spine in 19th century.

This is how scoliosis patients were treated.

A weird prosthetic leg.

A weird prosthetic leg.

I am not sure whether it helped people to walk or made it even more difficult for them.

Wooden prosthetic hand(1800).

Wooden prosthetic hand(1800).

It is giving me thoughts that are horrible than any nightmare.

Tanning babies to cure winter rickets.

Tanning babies to cure winter rickets.

This picture is from 1925 and was taken at Chicago Orphan Asylum.

Facial prosthesis to hide injuries. (20th century)

Facial prosthesis to hide injuries. (20th century)

Some of them look really creepy!

Spinal Apparatus advertisement in 1878.

Spinal Apparatus advertisement in 1878.

Invented by Dr. Clark, this apparatus looks really painful.

Walter Reed's technique of physiotherapy (1920)

Walter Reed's technique of physiotherapy (1920)

Thank god, I was born in 21st century!

A neurological exam with an electrical device in 1884.

A neurological exam with an electrical device in 1884.

It is probably the most brutal way to examine someone.

Those are patients wrapped in sheets.

Those are patients wrapped in sheets.

This looks so bizarre.

Doctors wearing weird looking masks during plague.

 Doctors wearing weird looking masks during plague.

Beaks of these masks were filled with lavender and other strong smelling substances.

In 19th century, ether was used in surgeries as an anaesthetic.

In 19th century, ether was used in surgeries as an anaesthetic.

This picture reminds me of the brutal scenes from horror movies.

Anatomical Model.

Anatomical Model.

In ancient times, doctors were not allowed to touch a woman's body. They used points on these models to describe pain locations.

An obstetric model from 18th century.

 An obstetric model from 18th century.

This was used in 18th century to help students learn about childbirth. This model is from an Italian medical school.

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