• SHE PULLED IT OUT THINKING IT WAS A BLACKHEAD BUT WAS SOMETHING ELSE, OMG! (3 Images)

    #1 WITH THE HELP OF TWEEZERS, SHE TRIED TO REMOVE THE BLACK SCAB OUT FROM HER SKIN

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    She tried to remove the black scab out from her skin which was a parasitic disease is an infectious disease caused or transmitted by a parasite.  Many parasites do not cause diseases. Parasitic diseases can affect practically all living organisms, including plants and mammals. The study of parasitic diseases is called parasitology. The share of parasitic diseases account for about 140.000.00 deaths per year, representing 25% of global mortality – one in four deaths according to the WHO. Moreover it may be noted that there are six constituent part types that are consistently recovered from the skin surface of those suffering from Morelos disease, (1 ribbon-like  fibers),  (2 rounded fibers), (3 capsule-like particles),( 4 black flakes/grains), (5 worm-like particles) and (6 stellate-shaped) “starfish-shaped” particles. The fibers are often pigmented and may luminesce under ultraviolet light. She just with the help of tweezers, removed that black scab out, when she learnt about the black scab, it was a kind of parasitic disease.

  • SHE PULLED IT OUT THINKING IT WAS A BLACKHEAD BUT WAS SOMETHING ELSE, OMG! (3 Images)

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