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Disorder Collection

"Unraveling the Chaos: A Glimpse into Disorder" In a world teeming with complexities, disorder manifests itself in various forms

Background imageDisorder Collection: The second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock, 1851 (late 19th or early 20th century)

The second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock, 1851 (late 19th or early 20th century). Artist: Pugnis
The second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock, 1851 (late 19th or early 20th century). An illustration from Famous Fights

Background imageDisorder Collection: White Horse Final

White Horse Final
Mounted policemen control the crowds overflowing onto the pitch before the FA Cup Final between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers at Wembley Stadium

Background imageDisorder Collection: Gin Lane

Gin Lane
This print was published as a pair with Beer Street and contrasted the health and productivity benefits of drinking beer with the vice of gin drinking

Background imageDisorder Collection: Pneumothorax treatment, X-ray

Pneumothorax treatment, X-ray
Pneumothorax treatment (image 2 of 2). X-ray of the chest of a patient, showing treatment with a drain of a partial collapse of one lung (at right) in pneumothorax

Background imageDisorder Collection: Soviet propaganda poster

Soviet propaganda poster: a Red Army officer, fearing civil disorder during a strike, asks the citizens to hand in their weapons

Background imageDisorder Collection: Hoffmann / Augustus / Soup

Hoffmann / Augustus / Soup
THE STORY OF AUGUSTUS WHO WOULD NOT HAVE ANY SOUP "...& on the fifth day he was dead!"

Background imageDisorder Collection: Medical ilustration of an appendix with appendicitis

Medical ilustration of an appendix with appendicitis

Background imageDisorder Collection: Bunions, X-ray

Bunions, X-ray
Bunions. Coloured X-ray of an elderly womans deformed inward-turning toes due to bunions (orange, lower centre). This deformity (hallux valgus) is caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes

Background imageDisorder Collection: Knee pain, conceptual artwork

Knee pain, conceptual artwork

Background imageDisorder Collection: Joint pain, conceptual artwork

Joint pain, conceptual artwork

Background imageDisorder Collection: Total hip replacement, X-ray

Total hip replacement, X-ray
Total hip replacement. Coloured frontal X-ray of a female pelvis with a total hip replacement (white, lower right). The replacement hip consists of a ball and shaft

Background imageDisorder Collection: Calots spinal surgery, 19th century

Calots spinal surgery, 19th century
Calots spinal surgery, 19th-century artwork. This operation is being carried out by the French surgeon Jean-Francois Calot (1861-1944) on a condition known as Potts disease

Background imageDisorder Collection: Tuberculosis, X-ray

Tuberculosis, X-ray
Tuberculosis. X-ray of the chest of a 25 year old male patient with pulmonary tuberculosis. Affected areas of the lungs (dark areas) are shown by grainy white patches

Background imageDisorder Collection: Skin disorders, artwork

Skin disorders, artwork
Skin disorders. Computer artwork showing the structure of the skin, and the layers affected by various skin disorders. Folliculitis is the inflammation of hair follicles; Bullae are blisters;

Background imageDisorder Collection: Soviet cholera vaccination poster, 1967

Soviet cholera vaccination poster, 1967
Soviet cholera vaccination poster. Poster which appeared in the USSR in 1967, urging citizens to get themselves vaccinated against cholera

Background imageDisorder Collection: Charles Baudelaire, French poet, essayist, translator

Charles Baudelaire, French poet, essayist, translator
Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), French poet, essayist, art critic, and translator of Edgar Allan Poe

Background imageDisorder Collection: Goitre, 15th century artwork C018 / 1849

Goitre, 15th century artwork C018 / 1849
Goitre. 15th century artwork of a man with an enlarged thyroid gland (goitre). The thyroid is an endocrine gland found in the neck

Background imageDisorder Collection: Gallstones, artwork

Gallstones, artwork
Gallstones. Cutaway computer artwork showing gallstones (brown, lower left) in a human gall bladder (red, oval). The gall bladder is a small muscular sac lying under the liver (not seen)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Headache, X-ray artwork

Headache, X-ray artwork
Headache. Computer X-ray artwork of a lateral view of a human skull. The red area represents pain caused by a headache (cephalalgia)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Dyslexia treatment

Dyslexia treatment
MODEL RELEASED. Dyslexia treatment. Dyslexic girl wearing yellow glasses while reading. These filters improve the function of the brain cells concerned with visual perception

Background imageDisorder Collection: Osteoporotic bone, SEM

Osteoporotic bone, SEM
Osteoporotic bone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of fractured bone tissue from a patient suffering from osteoporosis (brittle bone disease)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Alzheimers brain

Alzheimers brain. Computer processed vertical (coronal) slice through the brain of an Alzheimer patient (at left) compared with a normal brain (at right)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Fractured ankle, X-ray

Fractured ankle, X-ray
Fractured ankle. Coloured profile X-ray of a distal fibula fracture (upper centre). The fibula is the smaller leg bone running down from top centre. The larger bone is the tibia

Background imageDisorder Collection: Iliotibial running injury, artwork

Iliotibial running injury, artwork
Artwork (side view) of the muscles of the thigh showing iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) or iliotibial band friction syndrome (ITBFS), a common injury to the thigh associated with running

Background imageDisorder Collection: Body pain, artwork

Body pain, artwork
Body pain. Computer artwork showing pain (represented by the red areas) in six different body areas. From top left to lower right, the body areas are: the neck, ankle, head, knee, lower back and wrist

Background imageDisorder Collection: Irregular heartbeat

Irregular heartbeat. Conceptual image of a chest X-ray overlaid with an electrocardiogram (heart monitor) trace showing extrasystole

Background imageDisorder Collection: Death, the grim reaper. Turkish army defeated by Cholera, not by enemy, approaching

Death, the grim reaper. Turkish army defeated by Cholera, not by enemy, approaching Luleburgaz in disorder: 100 deaths per day. Illustration from Le Petit Journal, Paris, 1 December 1912

Background imageDisorder Collection: Dohle bodies in blood cell, micrograph

Dohle bodies in blood cell, micrograph
Dohle bodies in blood cell. Light micrograph of a neutrophil white blood cell (centre) with Dohle bodies. These are small inclusions within the cells cytoplasm

Background imageDisorder Collection: Scene in the Birmingham No Popery riots, 1868 (1906)

Scene in the Birmingham No Popery riots, 1868 (1906). Rioting broke out after a lecture by the anti-Catholic campaigner William Murphy. From Cassells History of England, Vol. VI

Background imageDisorder Collection: Belfast riots, August 1920

Belfast riots, August 1920
A double page spread from the Illustrated London News, reporting on rioting in Belfast that began on the night of the 23rd August, and continued for a week

Background imageDisorder Collection: Belfast riots, July 1920

Belfast riots, July 1920
A double page spread from the Illustrated London News, reporting on rioting in Belfast from 20th to 23rd July 1920. 18 people were killed, and 200 wounded during the disturbances

Background imageDisorder Collection: Bacterial meningitis, MRI scan

Bacterial meningitis, MRI scan
Bacterial meningitis. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of an axial section through the brain of a 16-year-old patient

Background imageDisorder Collection: Sleeping sickness parasite

Sleeping sickness parasite
Sleeping sickness. Artwork of a trypanosome (Trypanosoma brucei) moving past human red blood cells in the blood. This protozoan is the cause of sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Plague doctor, France, 18th century

Plague doctor, France, 18th century
Plague doctor. Artwork of the clothing used by doctors during plague outbreaks. This design, though in use much earlier, is from The Great Plague of Marseilles, France, in 1720

Background imageDisorder Collection: Migraine pain

Migraine pain
Migraine. Conceptual artwork of lightning flashes marking the epicentre of pain in a mans forehead. A migraine is a recurrent headache which can be accompanied by nausea

Background imageDisorder Collection: Konstantin Buteyko, Soviet doctor

Konstantin Buteyko, Soviet doctor
Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko (1923-2003), Soviet medical doctor and researcher. In the 1950s, Buteyko, a Ukrainian, developed a theory on the effects of deep breathing (hyperventilation)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Tension pneumothorax, X-ray

Tension pneumothorax, X-ray
Tension pneumothorax. X-ray of the chest of a patient with tension pneumothorax that has lead to soft-tissue emphysema. Tension pneumothorax is a progressive deterioration

Background imageDisorder Collection: Lower back pain, conceptual artwork

Lower back pain, conceptual artwork
Lower back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the lower back. The bones (white) of the lower torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Upper back pain, conceptual artwork

Upper back pain, conceptual artwork
Upper back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the upper back. The bones (white) of the torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Double fracture to the leg, X-ray

Double fracture to the leg, X-ray
Coloured X-ray (back view) of the leg of a patient, showing a double fracture to the lower leg in which the proximal fibula bone (upper right) and distal tibia bone (lower centre) are affected

Background imageDisorder Collection: Coronavirus particle, illustration

Coronavirus particle, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Antibodies attacking virus particles, illustration

Antibodies attacking virus particles, illustration
3d illustration of antibodies attacking virus particles in the bloodstream

Background imageDisorder Collection: The Little Miss Pussy Cats helping in the kitchen (colour litho)

The Little Miss Pussy Cats helping in the kitchen (colour litho)
7157455 The Little Miss Pussy Cats helping in the kitchen (colour litho) by Wain, Louis (1860-1939) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Little Miss Pussy Cats helping in the kitchen)

Background imageDisorder Collection: Flu virus particle, artwork F008 / 3245

Flu virus particle, artwork F008 / 3245
Flu virus particle, computer artwork. In the virus envelope are two types of protein spike, haemagglutinin (H, pink) and neuraminidase (N, orange), which determine the strain of virus

Background imageDisorder Collection: Acute promyelocytic leukaemia, micrograph

Acute promyelocytic leukaemia, micrograph
Acute promyelocytic leukaemia. Light micrograph of blood cells from bone marrow in a case of acute promyelocytic leukaemia. Leukaemia is a cancer where certain blood cells form in excess

Background imageDisorder Collection: Ovarian cancer, light micrograph C015 / 7103

Ovarian cancer, light micrograph C015 / 7103
Ovary cancer. Light micrograph of a section through a Krukenberg tumour (down centre) of the ovary. This is a secondary cancer that spreads (metastasises) from the digestive system

Background imageDisorder Collection: Black Death rat flea, artwork

Black Death rat flea, artwork
Oriental rat flea (Xenopsylla cheopis), artwork. This flea was the primary vector of the bacterium Yersinia pestis, which caused the Black Death

Background imageDisorder Collection: Polarised LM of a molar tooth showing decay

Polarised LM of a molar tooth showing decay
Tooth decay. Polarised light micrograph (PLM) of a longitudinal section through a molar tooth with dental caries, or tooth decay



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"Unraveling the Chaos: A Glimpse into Disorder" In a world teeming with complexities, disorder manifests itself in various forms. From the tumultuous second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock in 1851 to the captivating artwork of Hoffmann's "Soup, " disorder takes center stage, leaving us mesmerized by its enigmatic nature. The late 19th or early 20th-century masterpiece by Pugnis captures the essence as fists collide and chaos ensues within the boxing ring. The White Horse Final echoes this sentiment, depicting a scene where order is shattered amidst fervent competition. Gin Lane presents another facet of disorder, showcasing societal decay fueled by addiction and destitution. Meanwhile, medical illustrations like those portraying pneumothorax treatment or appendicitis reveal internal turmoil plaguing our bodies. Through Soviet propaganda posters, we witness how political unrest can breed discord among nations. These visual narratives remind us that even ideologies can become disordered when pushed to extremes. X-rays unveil disorders hidden beneath our skin - bunions causing discomfort with each step taken; knee pain hindering movement; joint pain disrupting daily life. Yet these conceptual artworks also symbolize resilience as individuals strive for healing and restoration through treatments like total hip replacement or Calots spinal surgery from centuries past. Amidst this whirlwind of chaos, one thing remains clear - disorder challenges us to confront adversity head-on. It pushes boundaries and forces us to adapt, reminding us that growth often arises from moments of disruption. So let us embrace the disorder that surrounds us - for within its tangled web lies an opportunity for transformation and renewal.