Taking chain out from mouth.

Surgeon drops hard in OR. China.

(2020 - 01 - 17)

This afternoon (January 17), a video of a doctor at the People's Hospital of Zhenxiong County, Yunnan Province, fainting during surgery went viral online. Beijing News reporters learned from the hospital that the main reason for the doctor's fainting was low blood sugar and fatigue from long hours of work. After treatment, he is now fine.

The video shows that at around 11 a.m., in an operating room, several medical staff were performing surgery on a patient. During the operation, a doctor suddenly fainted on the ground, and several other medical staff rushed forward to rescue him.

This afternoon, Li Song, deputy director of the Urology Department of Zhenxiong County People's Hospital, told the Beijing News that he was also in the operating room at the time and the doctor who fainted was his colleague Hu Gang. They were performing a urology operation on a patient, and he and Hu Gang were the two surgeons in charge of the operation.

Li Song said that Hu Gang is 25 years old and has worked in the hospital for more than two years. After Hu Gang got off work at 12 noon on January 16, he started working again at 5 pm and continued until this morning. Because he was busy with the operation, Hu Gang did not have time to eat breakfast. He had some hypoglycemia and was tired from working for a long time, so he fainted.


Disk in the head

Cutting/grinding disk accident

:marseybrainletclapping:An autopsy, see how obesity destroys you inside :marseyflushzoom:

Uga buga

Brown recluse spider bites

Picture of the brown recluse:

A brown recluse spider, whose venom is known to destroy cartilage, as well as soft tissue and skin. Leaving it untreated, allows the venom to cause this lesion.

This venom contains a rare protein that can cause a lesion, or a much less common, but more dangerous, systemic reaction in humans, depends on the amount of venom injected.

Reactions due to brown recluse spider bites are a fever, the chills, itching, going into shock, vomiting; but the most common response is inflammation that after one to two days can develop into a "dark lesion" surrounding the bite site. The blackening, or necrosis, of the skin is dead skin cells, evidence of the immune system's efforts to prevent spread of the toxin by preventing blood flow to the affected area. It can be also dry, blue-gray or blue-white, with an irregular sinking patch with torn edges and extremely swollen and red with the open wound ranging anywhere from a few centimeters to a few inches in size.

Pictures of brown recluse bites:

Some basic information on the brown recluse:

what to do if bitten? If you believe a brown recluse has bitten you, you must seek medical treatment immediately. Try to capture the spider so the doctor can use it to determine the best course of treatment. After being bitten, clean the wound with soap and water. Apply an ice pack to the area to reduce swelling.

where they are found? They love warm climates and are most commonly found in the central and southern parts of the United States. In the wild, they live under rocks, logs and woodpiles. They have also been known to venture indoors to live alongside humans.

Are the bites fatal? Bites from the brown recluse spider almost never result in death but can cause serious skin damage, nausea, and muscle pain. With proper care, mild bites resolve within days to weeks, while more severe cases can take months to heal.

This is making me so itchy lol

Removal and dissection of spinal cord in postmortem examination

The spinal cord is rarely a point of fine-tuned focus in postmortem examinations, since the primary reason one would die that relates to it is a complete severing. As a severed spinal cord is generally fairly obvious, the nerve bundles don't require close inspection. However, in full autopsies and criminal investigations, the spinal cord is generally closely inspected, especially if no other cause of death is found.

(Source: Postmortem Pathology. Henry L. Cattell, 1906. )

popping a mouth pimple


wound dehiscence after total knee arthroplasty (yes it's in med nerd)
maggot infested eye :marseyeyebleach:

Removing the brain.

CHILD WARNING Boy with a huge amount of maggots in head. Brazil. :worm: :marseyshitforbrains:


No backstory.

The 5 stages of rotting

stage 1 - Fresh

Stage 2 - Bloat (3-5 days of decomposition)

stage 3 - Active Decay (8-10 days of decomposition)

stage 4 - Advanced decay (10-24 days of decomposition)

stage 5 - dry remains (1 month after death)

Eye removal, vintage style. :marseyflushzoom: :marseybooba:

Not sure why was this performed, but most likely is for autopsy stuff - or maybe morgue stuff. I don't know any better, so if you know what's what - do tell in the comments section. Thanks in advance.



Patient is a 34 year old male with no past medical history who was brought into the trauma bay after this extensive and complete degloving injury. Patient was working at the airport when the signal was given for a Boeing 737 to move, unfortunately the patient was still underneath the plane as it rolled over his foot.

Degloving injuries are usually a result of high energy traumas that involve separation of the layers of skin with the underlying soft tissue. This is usually a surgical emergency that requires a formal washout and debridement as well as coverage for the exposed structures.

Body, cremated. :onfire2: :marseyburn:

Surgical removal of infected eye. :uwueyes:

Not really sure what's up with this person's eye, but I'm sure you wouldn't want it in the slightest. Med bros, please explain what's this person's eye's on about, thanks in advance.

BBL, gone horridly wrong. :marseytwerkingfast: :marseytwerkinitfaster:

That happened.

No backstory.


broken jaw reconstruction (SUPER GORY WOO-HOO) [more images in post]

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