Testicular tumor has a face

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This is an ultrasound image of a mass in a 45-year-old's testicle. It was published in the International Society of Urology's journal, Urology. Is it just another example of pareidolia or something far… more… sinister? From the article:

The residents and staff alike were amazed to see the outline of a man’s face staring up out of the image, his mouth agape as if the face seen on the ultrasound scan itself was also experiencing severe epididymo-orchitis.

"Face discovered in testicular tumour"

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  1. If it has a face then it must be allowed to come to term!  Regardless if its creation was the result of an act of pareidolia or not!

  2. Poor little scrotum guy–I wonder if his expression is one of horror due to always facing  backward, or one of awe due to always facing forward.

  3. Nothing to worry about, folks.  It’s just a YY baby about to be born.  They hardly ever go on monstrously violent, unstoppable rampages, so I’m sure it’s safe.

    1. Nothing to worry about, folks. It’s just a YY baby about to be born. They hardly ever go on monstrously violent, unstoppable rampages, so I’m sure it’s safe.

      That’s why we have Fiorina 161.
      What? They shut it down?

  4. Oh my Lord, it’s the long-lost Testicular Tumor of Turin! Finally we can hope to once again see it on display next to the shroud.

  5. Welp that’s it, it must stay in his scrotum. Faces are sacred even if he’ll die if he keeps it. 

  6. If you want something far… more… sinister, google for teratome or teratocarcinome. Those tumors have teeth, man.

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