"Hanuman was the semi-divine chief of an army of monkeys who served the god Rama. As told in the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, Hanuman once jumped in a single stride the distance between southern India and (Sri) Lanka. This split-leg pose mimics his famous leap."
Canola - Sometimes referred to as a Goddess and sometimes merely as a queen, Canola was the legendary inventor of the Celtic harp. In one of Ireland's earliest surviving myths, she heard beautiful music being made by rain falling on the delicate bones of a beached whale carcass, and was inspired to create an instrument that would mimic the sound. Thus the first harp was made, and the harp became the symbol of Ireland.
Masquerade syndrome. The Uveitis Masquerade Syndromes (UMS) are a group of various ocular diseases that may mimic chronic intraocular inflammation. Many malignant pathologies may result in an appearance masquerading as uveitis. Some of the most common malignant conditions which may be considered masquerades are primary intraocular lymphoma, leukemias, uveal melanoma, retinoblastoma, metastatic lesions, and paraneoplastic syndromes, among others.