Friday, March 25, 2016

“Meet Madame Dimanche. She had a rare cutaneous growth...



"Meet Madame Dimanche. She had a rare cutaneous growth protruding from her forehead. But she wasn't the only one. The earliest known cutaneous growth was that of Margaret Gryffith in 1588. Then a 17th-century English woman by the name of Mary Davis had the growths on the back of her scalp. Mary was exhibited as a natural wonder in London. With the connotation of horns, you could imagine what may have been uttered about these naturally wonderful ladies. Check out more on the #MementoMütter site: memento.muttermuseum.org

#Philly #rittenhouse #medicalhistory #Womenshistorymonth #mementomutter #pathology" By muttermuseum on Instagram.



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