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Abnormal Development and Congenital Malformations
(Teratology / "Monster" article)

"Monster" Article - Table of Contents

Introduction to Teratology (the branch of embryology and pathology that deals with abnormal development and congenital malformations)

PART 1: Monstrosities in a Single Body
Monstrosities in a Single Body
(3) Giants
(4) Dwarfs
(5) Redundancy and Defect in Single Parts
(6) Monstrosities from Defective Closure in the Middle Line
(7) Hermaphrodism
(8) Cylops, Siren, etc.
(9) Limbs Absent or Stunted
(10) Acardiac or Acranial Monsters
(11) Reversed Position of the Viscera

PART 2: Double Monsters
Double Monsters
(13) Symmetrical Double Monsters
(14) Unequal Double Monsters, Foetus in Foetu

PART 3: Scientific Studies
Scientific Studies

The above article was written by Charles Creighton, M.A., M.D. Aberdeen; author of A History of Epidemics in Britain, Jenner and Vaccination, etc.

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