Astonishing Human Conditions


Astonishing Human Conditions


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Some call these pictures weird,others absolutely gruesome; these people are real, so let’s see how many pages you can make it before you can’t handle the truth! Welcome to the ultimate collection of freakish pics on the web.








Some call these pictures weird,others absolutely gruesome; these people are real, so let’s see how many pages you can make it before you can’t handle the truth! Welcome to the ultimate collection of freakish pics on the web.


Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis


Patients feature an abnormal, red-brown macules on the face, neck, and body. Some cases feature lesions limited to only one extremity. Unfortunately, no serious treatment for EV has been found. Treatments have been suggested, though excisions tends to be the best option available. Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis, also known as tree man illness, is extremely rare and genetic.

Noma


A polymicrobial , rapidly progressive, often gangrenous disease of the genitals or mouth.

Lymphatic Filariasis


Treatment is available in some cases, including antibiotics to deal with infection. Lymphatic Filariasis, also known as elephantiasis, is caused from a parasitic worm. Cases of the disease have no symptoms at first, though individuals ultimately develop massive amounts of swelling in the arms, legs, or genitals. Skin becomes thicker, and pain can occur.

ParryRomberg Syndrome


This syndrome is highly prevalent in women, but it is documented that this syndrome is an extremely rare neurocutaneous syndrome. ParryRomberg syndrome, or progressive hemifacial atrophy, is described as the progressive shrinkage of tissues, usually on one side of the face.



Typically, symptoms appear before the age of 20. Those symptoms include skin and soft tissues on one half of the face beginning to shrink, leading to a non-symmetrical appearance for the victim. Severity varies between those who acquire the disease. Unfortunately, there are no known cures for PRS. Parry-Romberg Syndrome is an acquired disorder that medical doctors are unclear as to how a patient contracts the disease.

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome


Symptoms include hallucinations, disorientation, dysmetropsia, or size distortion. Symptoms are common within childhood, but most grow out of it within their teens. Symptoms are not harmful and will disappear in time. Alice in Wonderland Syndrome sounds like something that was completely made up, though it is named after the novel by Lewis Carroll.



This happens probably as a result of something malfunctioning in the brains occipital lobe, this disorder causes people to perceive objects as being either much larger or smaller than they really are. Moreover, the individual will also misperceive the passage of time and possibly have their sense of hearing and touch affected as well.

Spiraled esophagus


Imaging and X-rays revealed to an 87-year-old woman in Switzerland who sought medical help when she developed painful spasms every time she swallowed, that her esophagus twisted like a corkscrewwhenever she ate. The condition caused her to lose 11 pounds (5 kilograms) over the course of several months, according to the case report, published in the New England Journal of Medicine in May.

Vampire-Syndrome


Porphyria is an incurable and inherited disease that causes not only blisters but also cramps and paralysis whenever the afflicted individual is exposed to sunlight. This shouldn’t be confused with polymorphic light eruption, however. The latter is actually a fairly common disorder afflicting approximately 15% of North Americans (mainly in the north) and only leads to mild rashes upon initial springtime exposure to sunlight. While there are people out there who crave blood, this is not the disorder we are addressing here.

Permanent Abrupt twisting motions caused by Flu-Shots


The most publicized case in recent history involved that of Desiree Jennings, the 25 year old girl who was aspiring to be a professional football cheerleader when she acquired the disease from a flu shot. Although she can’t walk forwards, stand in one spot, or talk normally while doing either of the two, she can walk backwards and even run during which her convulsions and strained speech temporarily revert to normal. A rare disorder, individuals suffer abrupt twisting motions whenever their muscles sustain any contraction.

Eye-disease hallucinations



A 67-year-old retired teacher in Kentucky was on the threshold of asking for an exorcism after she started seeing oblong faces with large teeth, eyes and ears hovering over her. The woman said she knew the hallucinations were not really there, and they didn’t speak to her. Doctors confirmed she wasn’t on drugs, and wasn’t losing her mind. In fact, the woman’s macular degeneration had triggered a peculiar condition called Charles Bonnet syndrome, which causes some people suffering from eye disease to start to see animals or other eerie delusion.

Cutaneous Horns


It is believed that exposure to radiation can trigger the condition cutaneous horns . The cause of cutaneous horns is still unknown. This is evidenced by a higher rate of cases occurring on the face and hands, areas that are often exposed to sunlight. . As with many other wart-like skin conditions, a link to the HPV virus family, especially the HPV-2 subtype has been suggested. Other cases have reported cutaneous horns arising from burn scars

Guy transformed himself into a purple puppy as he truly believes he was born a dog in a man’s body.


Armpit hair infection

The 40-year-old man told his doctors he’d had armpit odor and “dirty”armpit hair for the last four years. There was a “creamy yellow”substance on the man’s armpit hairs. This man’s irrepressible body odor was the result of a bacterial infection of his armpit hair, according to a recent report of the case.

Enormous Visual astrocytoma



Congenitally distorted eye.

Birth Defects Caused by Agent Orange


Agent Orange, an herbicide so named because of the orange color of its storage barrels, was the most heavily used herbicide of the campaign. In addition to military personnel from Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, and the United States, an estimated 4.8 million Vietnamese were exposed to herbicides during the war. During the Vietnamese War between 1961 and 1971 the United States armed forces engaged in a defoliation and crop destruction campaign named Operation Ranch Hand.

Alien Hand Syndrome


While there is no known cure, giving the hand something to grasp will often be enough to keep it preoccupied. Caused by the separation of lobes in the brain, people suffering from this disorder essentially lose control of their hand as it seemingly takes on a mind of its own.

Stone Man Syndrome


This extremely rare mutation of the body’s repair mechanism more formally known as Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva, often causes injured muscles, tendons, and ligaments to be ossified, or turned to bone. In fact, as the name suggests, within decades a person can be rendered entirely motionless.

Blasting Head Syndrome



Symptoms of the disease are what sound like a bomb exploding, a gun firing off, a clash of cymbals, or another form of loud noise within ones head while trying to sleep. There are no symptoms of pain, swelling or any other physical aspect, however. Individuals over 50 tend to be the most common recipients, but people as young as 10 have reported occurrences, too. Exploding Head Syndrome sounds like something out of a bad horror movie, but it’s actually a serious disease affecting thousands around the world.

Progeria


In this condition symptoms resembling aspects of aging are manifested at a very early age. It’s an extremely rare genetic disorder.



No treatment has ever proved to be effective, unfortunately. Most treatments simply focus on reducing any problems those afflicted are experiencing instead. Progeria is incredibly rare, occurring in only 1 per 8 million births. The rare disorder resembles aspects of aging, and manifest at an early age. Skin changes, abnormal growth, and loss of hair are the most common symptoms of Progeria

Lamprey Disease


Thank goodness for this one being called out. Lamprey Disease was one of the most terrifying diseases said to be spreading among the human population. However, it was later revealed to be an email hoax that preyed on those who would be particularly grossed out by the idea of a body part being replaced by the mouth of a Lamprey. It was said to feature a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth on various body parts, such as in the eye.

Neurofibromatosis


Neurofibromatosis is usually diagnosed in childhood or early adulthood. A genetic disorder that disturbs cell growth in your nervous system, causing tumors to form on nerve tissue. These tumors may develop anywhere in your nervous system, including in your brain, spinal cord and nerves.

Alopecia Areata


It is an autoimmune disease; that is, the person’s immune system attacks their own body. A condition that causes a person’s hair to fall out. In this case, their hair follicles. When this happens, the person’s hair begins to fall out, often in clumps the size and shape of a quarter. The extent of the hair loss varies; in some cases, it is only in a few spots. In others, the hair fall can be larger.

Walking Corpse Syndrome


Cotards Syndrome is a mental disorder that involves an individual who believes they are either already dead or have lost all of their vital organs. The disorder can very easily lead to unintentional suicides, oftentimes it is brought about by a brain injury and can result in people believing themselves to be immortal.

Menkes Disease


This recessive disorder is far more common within males, though females are capable of getting it too. Menkes Disease affects the level of copper within the body, leading to a deficiency. Symptoms tend to begin later in childhood in rare cases. Treatment includes symptomatic and supportive, though injections of copper can benefit the patient. . Weak muscle tone, sagging facial features, seizures, blue sclera, and brittle hair are the most common symptoms of Menkes.

Radical treatment for surfer’s eye


To treat this condition, surgeons often cut out the tissue with scissors. Surfer’s eye is an eye problem in which fibrous tissue grows over the surface of the eye.

Blaschkolines


These lines of normal cell development in the skin are invisible under normal conditions. They follow a “V”shape over the back, “S”shaped whorls over the chest, and sides, and wavy shapes on the head. They become apparent when some diseases of the skin manifest themselves according to these patterns.

Porphyria


There is no cure, though treatment for each disease within the group is possible. Porphyria is a rare group of inherited or acquired diseases that should help in the production of porphyrins and heme. Abdominal pain, vomiting, neuropathy, and mental disturbances tend to be the most common symptoms. The origin of vampires comes from Porphyria, as patients have trouble facing the sunlight.

Polymelia


Having five or more limbs in humans and most land-dwelling animals means polymelia. The extra limb is most commonly withered and/or distorted.

Cronkhite-Canada Syndrome


Within the past 50 years, only 400 known cases have been documented, primarily throughout Japan. Cronkhite-Canada Syndrome is an incredibly rare disease where the victim loses their sense of taste, grows intestinal polyps, hair loss, and nail growth problems. Mal absorption occurs, which means the disease harder to treat. CCS occurs within older people with the average age being 59 but is not believed to be genetic.

Exemption from Cold


Evidently the cold has no effect on him , or at least not to the normal extent. Wim Hof of the Netherlands is giving the medical community yet another reason to be baffled as he climbs Mount Everest with nothing but his shorts on and dives beneath arctic ice for record periods of time.

Cold Uticaria

Skin that has been in contact with cold develops reddish, itchy welts (hives).Cold urticaria (ur-tih-KAR-e-uh) is a skin reaction to cold.

Kleine Levin Syndrome


Fortunately most children that are afflicted will see the symptoms gradually disappear by the time they reach their twenties. A strange and little understood disorder that can potentially lead to people sleeping for weeks on end.

Pathological Kindness


This man was unable to manage his financial life, and would have gone into debt if it were not for his wife’s attention, researchers said. The 49-year-old man in Brazil survived a stroke but underwent a strange personality change afterward — he developed “pathological generosity”according to a report of his case. The man began to give away money, and bought candies for children he met on the street, his wife told the doctors.

Argyria


The worst symptom of the disease is the skin turning blue or a bluish-grey. Large areas of the body are affected by the disease, though some areas can be localized, such as in patches of skin. A laser is said to help for silver ingestion, though some have died from the disease. Argyria is a disease caused by too much exposure to chemical compounds of silver.

Foreign Hand Condition


Unfortunately, there is no known cure for Alien Hand Syndrome. Symptoms can be reduced and managed, however. Holding an object within the affected hand can help a great deal. Alien Hand Syndrome is an incredibly rare neurological disease that causes random hand movements without the individual knowing what is happening or having any control. The person can reach for objects and manipulate them without them knowing about it.

Werewolf Syndrome


There is no cure, however, but you can manage the symptoms in patients. Temporary hair removal can last from several hours to several weeks. Werewolf Syndrome, most commonly known as Hypertrichosis, is known for the growth of hair over the majority of the body. There are two known types, including generalized, covering the entire body, and localized, which covers a very specific area.



Few cases it is just facial hair and in others it can be hair all over the body. Abnormal amount of hair growth such that the appearance is similar to a werewolf.

Polydactylism


One out of every 500 children have Polydactylism. The extra finger or toe tends to be nothing more than soft tissue with no bone. Surgery to remove the extra digit is the only option. Polydactylism, or the disease where extra fingers or toes are present on the body, is considered to be one of the more common diseases within the development of birth.
Exceptionally hairy eyeball


A young Iranian man knew that since birth, he had a benign tumor on his eye, just below his pupil. But by the time he was 19, the tumor had grown to about a quarter inch thick (0.64 centimeters), and started sprouting hair. The tumor was a limbal dermoid. Although this type of tumor isn’t typically cancerous, it can grow cartilage, hair and sometimes even sweat glands. Not everyone with these tumors wants or needs them removed. Your eyeball is certainly one place you don’t want to grow hair.

Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva


There is no known cure for the disease. Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva has been called the Stone Man Syndrome. This rare disease is found within the connective tissue of the body, and is known as a mutation of the bodys repair mechanism. This, unfortunately, causes fibrous tissue to regrow as bone when damaged. Sufferers are slowly imprisoned by the skeleton within their own body.

Pain Insensitivity


It sounds great right? Never sensation to any pain. Often children that are affected by this disorder acquire terribly debilitating injuries as a result of scratching themselves, biting off their tongue, or walking around on broken bones. The truth is, however, that it is probably one of the most dangerous things that could happen to a human.
Perpeteual Hiccups


Having tried numerous therapies, doctors around the world are stumped. While hiccups are typically caused by spontaneous contractions of the diaphragm they still haven’t been able to find a cause in Chriss case. Although normally you would just grab a drink of water and wait it out, for the past two years this hasn’t helped Christopher Sands in the slightest.

Hidrocefalia


This is a condition in which the primary characteristic is extreme accumulation of liquid in the brain.

Trichotillomania


The peak of onset is between the ages of 9 to 13 and in extreme cases the hair is actually ingested as well. This is a disorder that leads to people compulsively pulling out their hair.

Proteus Syndrome


Teams of doctors in Australia have tested a drug to help patients affected by Proteus Syndrome, which has been found to be an effective treatment option. Proteus Syndrome, otherwise known as Wiedemann Syndrome, causes skin overgrowth and atypical bone development within the human body. Tumors tend to cover the majority of the body of those afflicted.

Belly shows Lead pellets trapped


According to a report of his case published in Aug. 8 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, an 8-year-old boy in Australia had high levels of lead in his blood for more than two years for unexplained reasons, until doctors found lead pellets in his body, trapped in an unlikely place.

Albinism


It is the contradictory of melanism. Albinism in humans (from the Latin albus, “white”; see extended etymology, also called achromia, achromasia, or achromatosis) is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes due to absence or defect of tyrosinase, a copper-containing enzyme involved in the production of melanin.

Hailey-Hailey Disease


Unfortunately, there are no antibodies to fight this genetic disease. Hailey-Hailey Disease is known for the blisters and lesions that appear on the victim’s skin. These usually come and go, but heal without any scarring. After puberty, those with Hailey-Hailey Disease will begin to notice the blisters and lesions occurring on the surface of their skin. Symptoms can develop at any age.

Water Allergy


Recently, a British woman named Micaela Dutton explained to a local newspaper how she couldnt even hold her boy because if he started sweating she would break out with an incredibly painful rash.The technical name being Aquagenic Urticaria, this disorder causes the individual to be allergic to water in any form, including tears.

Necrotic ulcer caused by a kitten


In a cat saving task gone wrong, a teenager in the Netherlands was left with a large, black open wound, which took multiple doctors several weeks to find its rare cause.The kitten that the 17-year-old girl rescued from drowning in a ditch was sick and died the following day. She also developed painful red bumps on her arm, spanning from the wound on her wrist up to her armpit. Over the next several days the teenager developed a red wound that blistered and then turned black.

Necrotizing Fasciitis


Surgery is the only way to remove the problem, unfortunately. Mortality rates are as high as 73 percent if left untreated. Necrotizing Fasciitis is a rare disease that is commonly known flesh-eating disease. This rare infection occurs within the deeper layers of skin and subcutaneous tissues. These people tend to receive intense pain and severe trauma. Skin becomes discolored and blistered, and a discharge of fluid is present.

Brain stones


A guy in Brazil who suffered from throbbing headaches and vision problems for 10 years turned out to have stonelike buildups of calcium in his brain. The stones were likely a rare complication of the man’s celiac disease, a digestive disease that the man didn’t know he had, according to a report of his case published in 2014 in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Here is a picture of Jonan Falcon getting interrogated at the airport when they thought he was hiding a weapon in his pants. He has the world record for his 13.5 inch p3nis.



Human Vestigiality


In some cases, structures once identified as vestigial simply had an unrecognized function. In the context of human evolution, human vestigiality involves those traits occurring in humans that have lost all or most of their original function through evolution. Although structures called vestigial often appear functionless, a vestigial structure may retain lesser functions or develop minor new ones.

Overindulge In Soy-sauce

A 19-year-old man in Virginia drank a quart of soy sauce on a dare. He first started twitching, and then had seizures and eventually landed in the hospital in a three-day coma. Doctors diagnosed him with hypernatremia, or dangerous levels of salt in the bloodstream. Risky drinking games usually involve alcohol, but one teen learned not to swig soy sauce, either.

Foreign Accent Syndrome


One of the most recent cases was that of Sarah Coldwill in the Uk. After suffering from an extreme migraine she woke up in the hospital hours later speaking with what sounded like a Chinese accent although she had never once in her life been to China. Typically the result of a stroke or severe migraine, this extremely rare disorder affects they way an individual’s forms his or her words thus giving the perception that they are speaking with a foreign accent.

Forgetlessness


You can find some of these individuals on our list of 25 amazing savant minds. Not being able to forget anything can be extremely distracting and there is a reason brains are not typically wired this way. Although this may sound like a really cool superhero power, its not While rare, there are several people in the world who possess this superhuman memory capable of remembering seemingly unimportant details such as the weather every day for the past decade.

Fish Odor

Unfortunately there is no cure but thus far people have managed to control it by employing various diets. Struggling with something called trimethylaminuria literally stinks. As a result of the body’s inability to break down a certain organic compound found in numerous foods an afflicted individual tends to give off an overwhelmingly strong fish-smelling odor.

Pica


Although sometimes it can be the result of cultural traditions it is often found in children with developmental disabilities or iron deficiency and is characterized by eating substances with no nutritional value, and the reasons my vary.

Unrelenting Genital Excitement Disorder

They should have named it Persistent Female Blue Balls.”Basically, it is a perpetual contraction in my uterus, not unlike ongoing labor. However, this doesn’t hurt quite as much because there’s no baby in there. Because this is also the same thing that happens when a woman climaxes (to aid with conception), I am plagued to stay right on the brink of orgasm for hours without finding any sort of relief. At all. No matter what I try.
Haemangioma


A rubbery, bright red nodule of extra blood vessels often appearing as a birthmark.

Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis


Most commonly inherited in an autosomal recessive manner,sporadic, sex-linked, and autosomal dominant inheritance have been described. This is a rare, inherited disorder that predisposes patients to widespread HPVinfection.

Nail-Patella Syndrome


The name is misleading in that it can also affect other regions of the body, namely the chest and hips. People with NPS may have pronounced deformities like limited motion of the elbows, severe scoliosis, and cervical ribs. Nailpatella syndrome also called NPS is a genetic disorder that results in underdeveloped nails and knee caps.

P3nis tattoo side effects


According to the doctors who treated him, the man felt pain for eight days after the tattoo. Then, his p3nis became permanently semierect. He lived with the condition for three months before getting medical help, according to the report. This young man’s tattoo idea went terribly wrong when it left him with a permanent erection. The 21-year-old in Iran paid a tattoo artist to put the letter M, for his girlfriend’s last name, and the Persian phrase for “Good luck with your journeys”on his p3nis.