This auction is for 15 medical slides, originally taken in the 70s at a private doctor's office in the midwest. The majority of these are simple case documentation photos, but there are medical charts, x-rays, and other slide-worthy imagery mixed in. However, there are quite a few stomach-churning, absolutely graphic slides of deep wounds, torn flesh, babies with flipper feet, and such.
What I've done is gone through this entire collection by hand and have created lots of 15 slides a piece - included in each lot are at *least* 2 slides which I have deemed to be highly graphic or highly unusual.
With such a low price on each batch, why wouldn't you want to see what comes in yours? Most slides are related to hands and feet - more than a handful you can't even tell if you are looking at human or meat. I had to take breaks in between sorting... some of these are that rough.
There are 35 lots available.
What the hell makes a person think they should put this up on ebay instead of throwing them in the trash? And doesn't this violate some sort of medical privacy laws? If I was born with flippers, the last thing I would want is for some sick freak to buy my baby photos.
And, no, I was not looking for this sort of thing, the seller also has some computer equipment up for auction and I made the mistake of looking at his/her other items. I will be buying my KVM switch from someone else.
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