Harry Potter Character Or Skin Disease?

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Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows - Part 2

Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows - Part 2

This one is from our friends at “Mental Floss”. In honor of the final “Harry Potter” movie, we try to sort through which odd sounding name is of a minor character from the series and which are hideous skin conditions. Here we go:

#1.) Marvolo Gaunt

#2.) Muckle Wells

#3.) Venous Lakes

#4.) Marasmus

#5.) Bole

#6.) Cutis Laxa

#7.) Andromeda Tonks

#8.) Aurora Sinistra

#9.) Eccrine Nevus

#10.) Flavius Belby

#1.) Marvolo Gaunt

Harry Potter character: Voldemort’s grandfather.

#2.) Muckle Wells

Skin disease: A genetic disease causing hives that can lead to hearing loss and kidney damage.

#3.) Venous Lakes

Skin disease: Blue-green patches around the lips, ears and face, caused by sun exposure.

#4.) Marasmus

Skin disease: Dry skin and loose skin folds, caused by protein deficiency.

#5.) Bole

Harry Potter character: One of the beaters on the Slytherin Quidditch team.

#6.) Cutis Laxa

Skin disease: Causes patches of skin to hang in loose folds.

#7.) Andromeda Tonks

Harry Potter character: A witch who married a Muggle and got disowned from her magical family. Muggles are people with no magic ability, as if you didn’t know.

#8.) Aurora Sinistra

Harry Potter character: Astronomy teacher at Hogwarts.

#9.) Eccrine Nevus

Skin disease: Causes increase in size and number of one type of secretion gland.

#10.) Flavius Belby

Harry Potter character: Famous wizard who invented the spell to defeat creatures called lethifolds. That spell is better known as the Patronus charm.

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