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Six nails embedded in the skull of construction worker Isidro Mejia, after an industrial incident caused a nail gun to shoot nails into his head and brain on April are seen in this X-ray image from Providence Holy Cross Hospital in Los Angeles.

An X-ray image of needles driven into the flesh by a psychiatric patient.

X-ray image of Gramophone needles driven into the flesh by a psychiatric patient.

Dark Joke - Damn! LOL

Police in Sydney, Australia, released this X-ray of the skull of Chen Liu, who died after being shot in the head with a nail gun 34 times. Liu's bound body was found in a river in November.

High tech Stethoscope.

Digital Stethoscope, this is so cool and I am not even a nurse! Digital Stethoscope, this is so cool and I am not even a nurse! was last modified: August…

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X-Ray top view of the cake made for tech week , the sides of the cake had x-rays of different bones on it. The sayings are funny x-ray tech.

A Spatula Can Go THERE? The 20 Weirdest X-Rays Known To Humankind

A Spatula Can Go THERE? The 20 Weirdest X-Rays Known To Humankind

A spatula can go there? The weirdest x-rays are often the most gruesome ones. Squeamish friends, you've been warned.

Black eyebrow sign is the description given on plain facial radiographs to intra-orbital air.  Air rises into the most superior aspect of the orbit, almost always in the context of a facial fracture, in a linear fashion, giving the appearance of a eyebrow. The fracture is usually an orbital blowout fracture, where air leaks from either the maxillary or ethmoidal sinus after a fracture.  http://radiopaedia.org/play/721/case/27838/discussion

Black eyebrow sign is the description given on plain facial radiographs to intra-orbital air. Air rises into the most superior aspect of the orbit, almost always in the context of a facial fracture, in a linear fashion, giving the appearance of a eyebrow. The fracture is usually an orbital blowout fracture, where air leaks from either the maxillary or ethmoidal sinus after a fracture. http://radiopaedia.org/play/721/case/27838/discussion

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