• many larger tumors that are removed from people have hair and teeth, not sure about finges tho
  • Not sure about fingers, but See: Ovarian teratoma re: tumors containing hair teeth, thyroid, etc,
  • no but your un developed twin fetus can. i saw a thing in a documentary GROSS and so sad.
  • There is a giant one in the White House right now. I think only undeveloped Siamese Twins that are malformed exhibit this kind of development.
  • no they cannot, they are in your brain
  • Yeah, they can also have first and middle names and ears and eyes and some have been known to wear designer shoes
  • Yes. Maybe not full fingers but, dermoid cysts are bizarre in that they contain developmentally mature skin complete with hair follicles and sweat glands, sometimes luxuriant clumps of long hair, and often pockets of sebum, blood, fat, bone, nails, teeth, cartilage, and thyroid tissue. Because they contain mature tissue, these cysts are almost always benign. Usually solitary, they expand slowly over many years due to the central accumulation of epithelial debris and glandular secretions, and are not tender unless ruptured. They most frequently occur on the face, inside the skull, on the lower back, and in the ovaries. More rarely they can arise in the brain, nasal sinuses and spinal cord.
  • As said in another answer, sometimes a twin can be absorbed in the womb into an embryo, and there have been cases of teeth etc. being discovered in people's brains after they are grown up.
  • actually the serebrum is parylised thus e=mc2 creates teeth hair fingers and other substancesssss
  • Correct me if I'm wrong but since a tumor is an abnormal growth, isn't a fetus technically a tumor? This would make the answer yes.
  • tumors are cells gone wild, it could be possible ( read COULD) for additional mutations to produce some type of hair like or tooth like structure. the human body is a weird and wonderful thing man.

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