50 Insanely Gruesome Photos Of The Human Body From Actual Autopsies

Warning: not safe for life.

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*I chose not to do this as a #mysterydiagnosis in the hopes that some of you will refrain from jokes or inappropriate comments given this is someone's baby. Harlequin ichthyosis is a very rare genetic disorder of the skin in which babies are born looking like this, with very hard, thick skin covering most of their bodies. I have never seen this in person at autopsy, but I have had a case once where a family had a baby with this and the baby died. The mom got pregnant again and then she had testing done while pregnant and found out the baby had this again and decided to terminate the pregnancy. The skin forms large, diamond-shaped plates that are separated by deep cracks (fissures). These skin abnormalities affect the shape of the eyelids, nose, mouth, and ears, and limit movement of the arms and legs. Restricted movement of the chest can lead to breathing difficulties and respiratory failure. This condition is inherited and parents of an individual each carry one copy of the mutated gene, but they typically do not have Harlequin ichthyosis. All of the children born to this couple do not have to have the condition, it is really a roll of the dice. The skin normally forms a protective barrier between the body and its surrounding environment. The skin abnormalities associated with harlequin ichthyosis disrupt this barrier, making it more difficult for affected infants to control water loss, regulate their body temperature, and fight infections. Infants with harlequin ichthyosis often experience an excessive loss of fluids (dehydration) and develop life-threatening infections in the first few weeks of life. It used to be very rare for affected infants to survive the newborn period. However, with intensive medical support and improved treatment, people with this disorder now have a better chance of living into childhood and adolescence. The disease can be diagnosed in the uterus by ultrasound and fetal skin biopsy or by morphologic analysis of amniotic fluid cells obtained by amniocentesis. Photo cred: @h_jay_dee #iheartautopsy #harlequinichthyosis #pathology #birth #genetics #birthdefect

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Gangrene!!!! This patient's landlord called police when they smelled what they thought was a "dead body" coming from the apartment. There was no dead body. This person is very much alive and has one of the most common complications associated with diabetes, gangrene. Gangrene occurs when the arteries in the legs become too damages to deliver oxygenated blood to the toes and the leg. When oxygen can't get there the leg begins to die. And dead tissue stinks the same as a dead body, nasty. This patient eventually got a leg amputation and is as good as new. Diabetes is no joke. #iheartautopsy #diabetes #gangrene #amputation #amputee #death #dead #gross #nurse #nursing #surgery #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent #healtheducation #pathology

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Excess skin removed from a morbid obese patient post weight loss surgery. Often times, plastic surgery like this is one of the final steps in their journey of weight loss. Carrying around extra skin like this can be bulky, heavy and lead to skin infections. Furthermore- the presence of all of this skin can make the patient feel frustrated with their weight loss progress. We receive these weight loss skin excisions in pathology often. Our job in pathology is to weigh, measure and examine it. I have receive one as large as 76 pounds in my career. It was so big I actually had to bring it into the morgue to weigh and cut it because our surgical lab was not equip to handle the size of it. Most of the time the skin is normal and can have stretch marks. Some times ulcers and skin infections are present. #iheartautopsy #obesity #weightloss #weightlosssurgery #gastricbypass #sleevegastectomy #obesity #diet #morbidobesity #fat #exercise #surgery #skin #med #medical #medschool #health

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Forensic Friday!!!!!!! Pedestrian accidents! In cases like this, when a pedestrian or a bicyclist is hit by a large vehicle, it often produces extensive injuries like this. The photo on the left shows how the victim looked at the scene. His face was crushed beyond recognition. His skull was so crushed his teeth came out the top of his head. In cases like this, it is easier to evaluate the injuries if the forensic team tries to reconstruct the face and head. This is done by stuffing the head with paper or cloth towels and sewing the head back together as in the right photo. #iheartautopsy #forensicfriday #forensics #pedestriandeath #dead #death #autopsy #science #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent #ems #emt #accident #csi #crimescene #police

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⚰⚰⚰Funeral Friday⚰⚰⚰ When you open that body bag and that body don't have any eyes!!! 👀👀👀 Creepy!!!!!! This is actually a very cool thing a family can do for another family, organ harvesting, particularly donating the corneas of the eyes. The cornea of the eye is the clear, protective outer layer of the eye. Along with the sclera (white of the eye), it serves as a barrier against dirt, germs, and other particles that can harm the eye's delicate components. The cornea is also capable of filtering out some amounts of the sun's ultraviolet light. The cornea also plays a key role in vision. As light enters the eye, it is refracted, or bent, by the outside shape of the cornea. The curvature of this outer layer helps determine how well your eye can focus on objects close-up and far away. Corneas can be stored for up to a month after they are harvested! The process that involves removing the corneas is called an “In Situ Corneal Excision.” During this twenty- thirty minute procedure, the cornea and the white part of the eyes called the sclera are excised from the whole eye of the cadaver. Cornea grafts can come from almost anybody who is an organ donor. People who wear glasses, have diabetes, or have high blood pressure are all acceptable donors. Even people with cataracts are able to donate corneas because cataracts affect the lens of the eye not the cornea. When the bank receives the graft, they test the grafts for infectious diseases, rate the grafts based on condition and clarity, and compile a detailed social history of the tissue donor. The bank then matches up a donor cornea and a recipient and sends the information to the doctor to review. If the doctor finds the graft acceptable, the surgery is scheduled. The cornea is delivered to the hospital where it is transplanted in the patient. How cool to be able to see life through someone else's eyes! #iheartautopsy #funeralfriday #donatelife #corneatransplant #donateorgans #organdontation

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Da saw💀 The skull is very thick and hard to get through. This is the moment when you can see the saw gives a little. This is how we know we have made a complete incision to remove the skull cap to enter the cranial cavity to remove the brain. The an entire incision needs to be made around the skull cap otherwise it is impossible to remove it. This is the hardest thing to teach new PA students or pathology residents. It seems really easy to do, but really it requires skill. Once you learn the proper way to do it, it shouldn't take you any longer than 20 minutes to remove someone's brain. #iheartautopsy #dasaw #autopsy #brain #bonesaw #saw #skull #pathology #healtheducation #science

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Did you just find out you are pregnant??? Well this is what your baby looks like at this stage. This beats those pregnant apps telling you that your baby is the size of a poppyseed or a blueberry right. Nope, count on me to show you exactly what your body is doing. Unfortunately, this mommy miscarried this fetus which is about 6 weeks gestation. Miscarriage is a common concern for moms in this early stage but you should try hard not to stress about it because there is nothing stress can do to prevent it. If you are doing everything you are supposed to be doing as a new mom, there are very high chances you will have a successful pregnancy. Most miscarriages that occur before 12 weeks/ 3 months gestation are due to some type of genetic disturbance with the pregnancy that occurred at conception. #iheartautopsy #pregnant #1stpregnancy #firstpregnancy #pregnancy #miscarriage #5weeks #6weeks #1month #embryo #mom #mommy #womenshealth #ob #obstetrics #gyn #gynecology

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Forensic Friday!!!!!! 💀🔪💀🔪 Our favorite night of the week!!! Tonight we are gonna talk about rigor mortis and how this photo that is going around the internet is complete horseshit🐴💩This photo is posted around the internet claiming this dead guy just got up all by himself like this due to rigor mortis. Um no. Let me start off by saying that I have seen hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dead bodies in my life, and not once one has one moved. I realize I do not have all the experience in the world, so I asked several people in my field including my autopsy partner Frank who has been doing autopsies over 50 years and has seen thousands of dead bodies, and @deathunderglass who has also also been in the field a long time and around tons of dead bodies- and not one of us has ever seen a body move. But still- let's dissect this photo. 1. It appears as if this body is laying on an autopsy table. It is rare we would ever lay a body on its belly on the table. How the hell are we going to get the organs out!? The only time we flip a body completely over is if the body is a spinal cord only case. These cases are super rare. They are barely ever done. We do take the spinal cord often with autopsies, but we get the spinal cord from the inside of the body, after we take the organs out. 2. Look how this person supposedly sat up. Now lay down on your belly and try to sit up like that. You can't. Unless you have the strongest abs in the world. You need your arms to help lift you up. That takes a brain. One that is alive and working to tell your arms to help lift your body and torso up. It's not a reflex. So what exactly is rigor mortis? Rigor mortis is post mortem stiffening. You ever hear when someone is dead they are a "stiff"? That is where that comes from. 3-4 hours after death the muscles throughout the entire body start becoming stiff. They actually aren't becoming hard. Flex a muscle in your arm or your leg. Well that is what happens when you die it kinda gets stuck in this flexed state. At about 12 hours after death it is at its maximum stiffness and will gradually go back to normal within the next 36-48 hours. Theory: he was probably posed in this position.

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Stomach cancer can be sneaky. It can present as a tumor mass lesion or is can present like this which is just throughout the entire stomach and you can not really see the tumor at all because it is in the entire wall. When the tumor is spread throughout the wall like this it is called linitis plastica. Linitis plastica is also called leather bottle stomach because the stomach actually has the appearance of a leather water bottle. Linitis plastica is a rare condition that spreads to the muscles of the stomach wall, forming a thick and immovable layer. When this happens, the stomach is unable to hold much food, and does not stretch out as food digests. Linitis plastica most commonly occurs from primary stomach adenocarcinoma cancer, but this condition can also be seen with ingestion of a corrosive such as lye, lymphoma and metastatic cancer including breast and lung. If the linitis plastica is caused by a gastric cancer, it has a poor prognosis. Treatment options are available in some cases including surgery (like this complete gastrectomy) and chemotherapy. Surgery in a case like this was just done to improve the remainder of this patients life because they could not eat anymore. #iheartautopsy #pathology #mysterydiagnosis #surgeon #surgery #gastric #gastriccancer #stomachcancer #grossanatomy #anatomy #med #medical #medschool #medstudent

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Man vs dog This patient has a history of epilepsy when he began having a seizure and his family pit bull pet dog attacked him. He has had several reconstructive surgeries and still remains hospitalized in intensive care. I have done several posts regarding dog bites and have been asked not to post the breed. To me, posting the breed is just as important information to the case as documenting the patients wounds. It is information that is also stated in the patients medical recorded when they enter the hospital. This information is used to keep statistics. Photo cred: @laury.r #iheartautopsy #dogbite #er #ed #trauma #pathology #healtheducation #science #emergencyroom #icu #vet #veterinary #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent #surgery #reconstructivesurgery

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Endometrial ablation!!! This is the procedure I had done on Thursday. This procedure is done to destroy the uterine lining or endometrium of the uterus in woman who have crazy bleeding problems (like me). This procedure can be done multiple ways, but my doctors chose to do the Novasure procedure on me which uses intense heat to destroy the endometrium with a mesh tool. So in simple terms- they basically went up there and sizzled the inside of my uterus. Depending on how this is done depends on the type of anesthetic used. I had general anesthesia. No what is this supposed to do exactly? The theory is that ablation is supposed to destroy the endometrium so every month it can not grow and in theory you can not get your period. Also, if there is any adenomyosis or endometriosis superficial in the muscle wall this could potentially get damaged too. This procedure is effective almost 85% of the time and saves woman from getting a hysterectomy which is a major surgery. Which is why ablation was my choice at this time. Hell yeah I want a hysterectomy, and I'm definitely a candidate for it- but I'm not a fan of surgery unless it is 100% necessary when you are a parent of 2 small children who are relying on you to be their mom. I am hoping this woks for me. The bottom photo shows a uterus after a woman has had healed endometrial ablation. Notice how it looks like a big triangle scar??? Well that's because ablation basically brands your uterus with a hot wire mesh tool so it scars that way. This is a super rare photo actually. Fortunately for us, it is super rare to see a uterus after ablation surgery because the procedures are so successful. #iheartautopsy #endometrialablation #womenshealth #pathology #anatomy #grossanatomy #novasure #gynecology #ablation

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This is a specimen we get in pathology that is called a modified radical mastectomy. That sounds crazy, but it's really not that complicated. This woman has breast cancer. Bad. So bad the tumor displaced her nipple and probably changed her bra size (blue arrow). This could be for many reasons. Some women are just plain crazy. Other woman are in denial. Other woman do not have access to healthcare. Some are afraid to lose their breast because they think it makes them less of a woman. Whatever the reason- it led her to this point. Once the tumor is this big, we are usually in trouble. By this I mean the tumor has probably spread. The tumor can spread locally (to the axillary armpit lymph nodes) or distant (to the bones, liver, etc). When it has only spread locally, the patient has a much greater chance of survival, so a surgery like this is done. This surgery involves removing the entire breast, nipple and the attached axillary armpit lymph nodes. The red arrows point to giant lymph nodes within the lymph node packet. This is not normal. This means these lymph nodes are big because they are replaced with tumor cells. The treatment in a case like this is to remove all of the lymph nodes of the armpit. So- why don't we just always remove all of the armpit lymph nodes for every breast cancer patient, even those with small tumors? Well, it isn't smart to just cut out a persons armpit lymph nodes. They are actually there for a reason!!! They drain the arm of fluid! If you remove them the arm will forever have problems with swelling, but it is a small price to pay for your life!!! You do not however, want swelling for no reason so this is only done when necessary!!!! Photo cred: @anmoldewan #iheartautopsy #breastcancer #pathology #surgicalpathology #surgery #tumor #womenshealth #science #anatomy #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent

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Limited edition pendant 9/10 Mystery diagnosis!!!!!!!!!!?????????? This can be yours!!!!! ☠☠RULES☠☠ 1. I only have 10 pendants. I will post all 10 over the course of the next week or so. I will post one at a time. I will post a photo of a pendant and put "Mystery diagnosis?" 2. IF YOU WANT THE PENDANT- be the first to answer: "WANT- and the answer". The answer needs to be correct. 3. The first follower to comment "WANT-and the correct answer" has first dibs to purchase the one out of ten limited edition #mysterydiagnosis pendants. The price is $50 including shipping. ($5 extra will be charged international). 4. The #mysterydiagnosis will be revealed with the correct answer and the winners name. Instructions will be posted to the follower how to finish the transaction through @asylumartwork 5. Good luck!!!!!!! #iheartautopsy #asylumartwork #mrsangemi #pendant #autopsy #anatomy #grossanatomy #pathology #autopsy #kodachrome #science #geek #valentines #biology #nurse #nursing #pathologistsassistant #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent

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And the winner of 7/10 #mysterydiagnosis pendant frostbite is @mattm333 !!! Great job! I will DM you instructions to complete your transaction. Lucky! This is one of my favs! I have always loved the body's response to the cold!!! Your body works to stay alive first, and to stay functioning second. When temperatures are at freezing, the body responds by basically constricting all blood vessels that are furthest away from the heart. These are vessels in the arms, legs, fingers and toes. This helps keep all the blood in the body around the organs. The reason the body does this is to maintain the core temperature and prevent hypothermia. Unfortunately when the blood vessels in the extremities are constricted, they are at risk for frostbite. So basically- your body doesn't give a shit if your arms and legs are gangrenous and frostbitten and at the end of this you end up an amputated torso- hey!!! You're still alive right!!!!! Frostbite comes in different degrees. This photo is showing 4th degree which is the worst. This would require amputation but honestly if this person didn't get medical attention these toes would just fall off!!! I have seen this a few times in homeless people in the city😓 #iheartautopsy #mysterydiagnosis #7/10 #autopsypendant #frostbite #homeless #hypothermia #cold #survival

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Limited edition pendant 4/10 Mystery diagnosis!!!!!!!!!!?????????? (Be specific on the type in your answer) This can be yours!!!!! ☠☠RULES☠☠ 1. I only have 10 pendants. I will post all 10 over the course of the next week or so. I will post one at a time. I will post a photo of a pendant and put "Mystery diagnosis?" 2. IF YOU WANT THE PENDANT- be the first to answer: "WANT- and the answer". The answer needs to be correct. 3. The first follower to comment "WANT-and the correct answer" has first dibs to purchase the one out of ten limited edition #mysterydiagnosis pendants. 4. The #mysterydiagnosis will be revealed with the correct answer and the winners name. Instructions will be posted to the follower how to finish the transaction through @asylumartwork 5. Good luck!!!!!!! Disclaimer: all 10 of the #mysterydiagnosis Kodochromes are vintage (early 1970's-late 1980's). These films were produced for educational purposes decades prior to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 or HIPAA which are privacy laws now in place in hospitals. These Kodochromes are now obsolete with today's technology and hundreds of thousands of these beautiful autopsy images can either go in the trash or be treasured forever by science geeks like me and hundreds more who will enjoy them. It is not disrespect to these babies, or any other baby or dead body I will be posting this week. If anything, it's honoring these people in death. #iheartautopsy #asylumartwork #mrsangemi #pendant #autopsy #anatomy #grossanatomy #pathology #autopsy #kodachrome #science #geek #valentines #biology #nurse #nursing #pathologistsassistant #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent

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Another crazy trauma case involving a child. This is a pit bull bite to a child's face causing massive trauma including total removal of the parotid gland ,major muscles and nerves of the face and major destruction to the jaw bones. You can even see the large teeth marks (blue arrow). Often times when photos are posted like this on my page, or anywhere in medical literature- people like to scream that we as medical professionals are "bullying a breed" which simply isn't true. We are just documenting facts of a case. 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs a year, with half of them being children. I should know, my daughter Lillian was bit by a Pomeranian last year! Although many people consider dogs to be part of their family, it is important to remember that they are animals and their behavior can sometimes be unpredictable. Yes, smaller breeds bite, but a Pomeranian could not possibly attack a human like this. Smaller breeds usually cause puncture wounds or a contusion because of the chomping action by the small bite. Larger breeds including pit bulls, curs, rottweilers, presa canarios, cane corsos, mastiffs, dogo argentinos, fila brasieros, sharpeis, boxers, and their mixes, have been implicated in attacks that induce bodily harm including over 70% of fatalities involving traumatic dog bites. Although these cases are commonly reported on the news, it is important to remember there is a very small percentage of fatalities associated with dog bites. This boy lived, but will be severely deformed after multiple surgeries. Photo and case cred: @maxillofacialtips #iheartautopsy #dogbite #trauma #pathology #surgery #er #emergencymedicine #pathology #vet #vetenarian #vetmedicine #pediatric #nurse #nursing #dog #dogs #largebreed

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Attention ladies!!!! Next time you put on a toe ring- make sure it is not too snug or this can happen! This toe ring literally cut off the circulation of the toe requiring an amputation. Judging by the look of this woman's toenails, she may not be having the best circulation to begin with. She may be elderly, have some underlying vascular disease such as peripheral vascular disease or diabetes which is preventing her from having normal blood flow to the foot. The ring is cutting off the little oxygenated blood she had going through and it resulted in gangrene. #iheartautopsy #toering #amputation #toeshedidnt #pathology #gangrene #diabetes #er #ed #emergencymedicine #med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent

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Forensic Friday!!!!!!!!! (Ok technically it's Saturday- sorry I couldn't keep my eyes open last night I had a loooong week) Forensics 101: brain bleeds. One of my favorite subjects! I can look at this photo and within a second tell you how this person died- and I'm going to tell you how you will be able to identify this next time you see it! This person died from a brain bleed called an epidural hematoma. This bleed did not occur naturally. So how do I know that just by looking at a photo? It's the location of the blood!!!!! An "epidural hematoma" is just a fancy name for a blood clot that is present between the dural layer of the brain and the skull. So pretend you just did the autopsy. You peeled back the skin, removed the skull cap and boom you saw this collection of blood! This amount of blood can only get there one way- and that is from the severing of the middle meningeal artery. This artery is right under the temporal area of the skull that isn't that thick, so if you fall and hit your head on the edge of a table there, or if you get in a car accident and whack that part of your head, or if someone decides to hit you over the head with a baseball bat- this part of the skull is susceptible to fracture. When the skull breaks there, this artery can break open. Because arteries are bringing blood away from the heart- the heart keeps beating and blood just keeps pouring out into this "epidural" space causing this bleed or hematoma. It doesn't take long to make a significant bleed. These types of bleeds are deadly but you can survive if you are taken to the hospital in a timely fashion. I say this can't happen "naturally" because it is highly unlikely for this artery to burst on its own- although there have been few reported cases of it. #iheartautopsy #forensicfriday #forensics #pathology #autopsy #brain #skull #skullfracture #csi #homocide #murder #accident #braininjury #trauma #science

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When a body is donated to "science" after death it is usually given to medical schools. This body is used in a class called gross anatomy. Gross anatomy is a class where the students learn anatomy in texts books and then get to go to a cadaver lab and actually dissect a real human to see what the learned in their text books. In general students learning to be doctors take gross anatomy class, but also students like me (pathologists assistant PA) have to take it as well as physicians assistants, physical therapists, some nurses, pharmacists, and many other people in other branches of medicine. The dissections we do in class are different based upon what we are learning and what our focus is, but in general- when a body is donated we usually have freedom to examine the entire body. @kostadis_n7 shared this photo from his gross anatomy class. This shows a few beautiful examples of head dissections. On the left you can see the head was dissected in half. This particular cut is done so we can examine the brain, the layers of the meninges of the brain and this is a great cut to examine the sinuses in the head and the oropharynx and throat which can not be examined any other way. The photo on the right shows another view of the head dissected in half the opposite way. This way you can also view the sinuses from another view and can also see the eyes and orbital cavities. It is important for us to do dissections like this in many different views so when patients develop disease and tumors in areas of the head it is easier for us to understand how to approach these areas surgically without disrupting vital structures. It is important after you die to be set up as either a living donor or a donor to science. #iheartautopsy #grossanatomy #donatelife #donateorgans #donatescience #science #cadaver #cadaverlab #anatomy ##med #medical #medicine #medschool #medstudent

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