Black Fly Presents 16 Bizarre Birth Defects Number One: Infant Roona Begum from Tripura
India was conceived with Hydrocephalus. Her head developed up to 94 centimeters in circumference
and she went through treatment and surgery. Hydrocephalus is an uncommon issue otherwise
called “water on the brain.” It is regular in newborn children however it can happen
at any age. Nuber Two: A baby girl was born in March of
2015 in India with her heart outside her body. She was plagued by a rare condition called
“ectopia cordis”, which affects about eight in every one million births. Number Three: In Jharkhand, India, a child
was born on April 18, 2015 with four arms and four legs. It attracted thousand of religious
believers who worship him as a Hindu God. Number Four: Baby Easton was born with Epidermolysis
Bullosa on August 23, 2012. It is a severely painful, incurable rare genetic skin disease.
Skin on most of his limbs were missing, and replaced with scarry, deep red open wounds. Number Five: Song Sheng, from Jinhu, eastern
China was born without pores in his skin which means his body is unable to actively cool
itself. This caused him to grow strange scale like patches on his skin. Number Six: Anencephaly is the absence of
a cerebrum and spinal cord. There is no cure and most anencephalic children bite the dust
amid labor. Typically, when the children are born with this disease, the have no vision
or hearing, and are technically unconscious. Lack of a functioning brain cause them to
not react to any stimuli. Number Seven When a child is born with a semi-functional
tail, complete with muscles, nerves, skin, and blood vessels, it’s called a vestigial
tail. These tails serve no function and is caused by errors during conception. Number Eight: You may have heard of this one.
It’s called progeria. Children diagnosed with progeria age extremely quickly, and typically
pass away in their early years. Number Nine: Children suffering from fibrodysplasia
ossificans progressiva generate bone in places where scar tissue should form. Surgery is
near impossible, as the wounds create more bone in place. Number Ten: Foetus in foetu is when a child
is born with his twin inside him, giving the appearance of pregnancy.
When the children are in the womb, they usually form from a single egg, and the more powerful
of the two will survive. Number Eleven: Craniopagus parasiticus is
a condition in which a child is born with a parasitic extra head from their unborn twin.
Sadly, out of the only 10 cases worldwide, 3 have survived birth. There was one rather
strange case in which the head was capable of blinking and crying. Number Twelve: Children born with cyclopia
have one eye in the middle of their head, similar to the mythical creature, cyclops.
Scientists ponder if it’s caused by certain cancer treatments on pregnant women. Number Thirteen: This is also one you might
have seen before, where a child has two more more limbs fused together. One in every 70,000
children get this disease. Number Fourteen: Ambras Syndrome, commonly
known as the werewolf disease, causes the child to grow hair in large quantities all
over the body, normally causing them to be ostracized by society. Number Fifteen: I’m sure you’ve heard of siamese
twins, where to different people, typically twins, are joined at birth. Having two separate
heads, the twins basically act as two different people. In some cases, the bodies are able
to be separated, and able to live lives apart, but usually is not possible. Number Sixteen: Timothy Eli Thompson was born
without nasal passages or sinus cavities. This is known as congenital arhinia. While
he does look a little like Voldemort from Harry Potter, his mother calls him the perfect
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