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2nd Apr '16 9:50:55 AM Hanz
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* When Josuke of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventures'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.

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* When Josuke of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventures'' ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.
22nd Mar '16 6:17:34 AM 20person
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* Using alcohol as a disinfectant on wounds. It lowers the heat tolerance in the inflamed cells there to the point that your own body temperature sets off the pain receptors and makes your brain think you've been burned in that area.

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* Using alcohol as a disinfectant on wounds. It lowers the heat tolerance threshold in the inflamed cells there tissue to the point that your own body temperature sets off the pain receptors and makes your brain think you've been burned in that area.
22nd Mar '16 6:15:08 AM 20person
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* Using alcohol as a disinfectant on wounds. It lowers the heat tolerance in the inflamed cells around the wound to the point that your own body temperature sets off the pain receptors and makes your brain think you've been burned in that area.

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* Using alcohol as a disinfectant on wounds. It lowers the heat tolerance in the inflamed cells around the wound there to the point that your own body temperature sets off the pain receptors and makes your brain think you've been burned in that area.
22nd Mar '16 6:11:09 AM 20person
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* Using alcohol as a disinfectant on wounds.

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* Using alcohol as a disinfectant on wounds. It lowers the heat tolerance in the inflamed cells around the wound to the point that your own body temperature sets off the pain receptors and makes your brain think you've been burned in that area.
9th Mar '16 6:45:39 PM Blazer
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* In the ''ComicBook/SupermanSavageDawn'' storyline, the Man of Steel learns that Kryptonite can burn away the changes done to his cells by killing the altered cells, granting him brand new powers in the process. However, the Kryptonite is also killing his ''healthy'' cells in the process. Superman, being Superman, is quite fine with it.
5th Mar '16 5:06:26 PM Seanette
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* Charles Jacobs in Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{Revival}}'' uses his experiments in electricity to cure people of various elements. It soon becomes apparent that there are dangerous side effects.

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* Charles Jacobs in Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{Revival}}'' uses his experiments in electricity to cure people of various elements.ailments. It soon becomes apparent that there are dangerous side effects.
12th Feb '16 4:08:11 PM WanderingBrowser
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* When Josuke of ''Jojo's Bizarre Adventures'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.

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* When Josuke of ''Jojo's Bizarre Adventures'' ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventures'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.


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* The infamous Thalidomide was marketed as a morning sickness suppressant. It worked very well. It just also led to [[BodyHorror nightmarish birth defects]] in the children born to women using it.
21st Jan '16 11:05:10 AM SgtFrog1
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** Debridement in particular is often necessary, because burned skin is dead skin, and if it isn't promptly removed, it'll get infected and possibly contract gangrene (your skin literally starts to rot).
18th Jan '16 7:04:11 PM Karxrida
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** The Medic is the TV Tropes {{Pantheon}} [[Pantheon/HealthAndDiseases God]] of this trope.
3rd Jan '16 11:31:50 PM TSBasilisk
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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the interaction of [[spoiler:Shirou's Reality Marble and Avalon]] allow him to heal at high speeds by his body replacing any damage tissue with blades. One bad end involves this going out of control, resulting in blades erupting from his chest and causing lethal damage to his organs. During Heaven's Feel [[spoiler:Archer's Reality Marble begins to intrude into his body, causing it to break down. His own Reality Marble generates blades to counter the damage, which then pierce his remaining flesh and cut him apart even more]].

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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the interaction of [[spoiler:Shirou's Reality Shirou's [[spoiler:Reality Marble and Avalon]] allow him to heal at high speeds by allows his body to rapidly heal by replacing any damage damaged tissue with blades. One bad end involves this going out of control, resulting in blades erupting from his chest and causing lethal damage to shredding his internal organs. During Heaven's Feel [[spoiler:Archer's Reality Marble begins to intrude into his body, causing it to break down. His own Reality Marble generates blades to counter the damage, which then pierce his remaining flesh and cut him apart even more]].
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