WWII Body Louse Model
Used to teach field medical personnel how to definitively identify the body louse (as opposed to the pubic louse, scabies mite, or other exoparasites).
From the National Museum of Medicine.

WWII Body Louse Model

Used to teach field medical personnel how to definitively identify the body louse (as opposed to the pubic louse, scabies mite, or other exoparasites).

From the National Museum of Medicine.

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    One last post for Creepy Thursday, even though it’s after midnight. Check out this large-sized louse-y model. via
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