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Jeune syndrome, CT scans Featured Print

Jeune syndrome, CT scans

Jeune syndrome. Coloured computed tomography (CT) scans of the chest of a 2 year old with Jeune syndrome, also known as asphyxiating thoracic dystrophy. This inherited disease affects the development of the bones and cartilage and causes the ribs to be smaller, and therefore the rib cage to be narrower, than normal. This doesn't allow the lungs to develop probably and prevents normal inhalation. It is often fatal in the early years and very few patients live into their teens


Deaf-mute education, 1917 Featured Print

Deaf-mute education, 1917

Deaf-mute education. Teacher teaching a deaf-mute girl to talk. The girl has her hand placed on the teacher's throat to feel the sounds made while talking. At the time, many deaf children were labelled mute because they were not taught to speak. This lesson is taking place at a training school for deaf-mutes in Sulphur, Oklahoma, USA. This photograph, obtained by US sociologist and photographer Lewis Wickes Hine (1874-1940), dates from April 1917. Hine was a photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), documenting working and living conditions for children, and campaigning against child labour and poverty in the USA


Dislocated knee of baby, X-ray Featured Print

Dislocated knee of baby, X-ray

Congenital knee dislocation. Coloured X-ray of the dislocated and twisted knee of a female baby. The lower leg bones have twisted 180 degrees to the femur (at top). The tibia (shin bone), the thicker lower leg bone, should be on the right of the fibula (thinner lower leg bone). The bones on either side of the knee joint should also line up. Dislocation can occur due to injury such as a hard knock or twisting movement, or may be a congenital (present from birth) abnormality such as here. It can cause considerable pain. Treatment is by manual manipulation to relocate the bones and they may have to be immobilised to set them in place. For images showing the manipulation of the leg bones to their correct position, see M330/1561 and M330/1562