A PATHOLOGIST LOOKS TO A BABY WITH DIFFERENT DEFORMITIES FROM WATER AT
CHARITE HOSPITAL IN BERLIN.
Navena Widulin, pathologist at Berlin's Charite Museum of Pathology
looks to a six month old baby with different deformities after fixes on
a plastic mounting, May 7, 2003. The baby died in 1981 and must be
treated again to prevent decay. The museum was founded in 1899 by the
German physician Rudolf Virchow as part of the Charite Hospital, one of
the most famous university hospitals in Europe. The exhibit, probably
the most valuable and comprehensive pathological and anatomical
collection ever compiled, displays about 2,000 items of the original
20,000 that belonged to the museum. Picture taken May 7, 2003.
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