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'Anatomical description of the arteries of the human body' by various authors, illustrations by: Josiah F. Flagg (Josiah Foster), 1813. Plate XIV.

'Anatomical description of the arteries of the human body' by various authors, illustrations by: Josiah F.

Human Back Human Body Anatomy Illustration by PartsForYourArt

Human Back - Human Body Anatomy Illustration - 1887 Antique Medical Plate anatomical self portrait inspiration

"Right and left coronary arteries, emerging from the origin of the aorta, veins of the heart and coronary sinus." illustration by J. M. Bourgery from Atlas of Human Anatomy and Surgery / Atlas d'antomie Humaine et de Chirurgie

RYSUNEK Right and left coronary arteries, emerging from the origin of the aorta, veins of the heart and coronary sinus. Bourgery from Atlas of Human Anatomy and Surgery / Atlas d’antomie Humaine et de Chirurgie by.

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1852 Vintage muscular system ANATOMY antique color litograph, antique view of back muscle engraving, muscles trunk back human body plate.

Plate 17: Surgical Dissection of the Wrist and Hand from Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise. “The hand is typical of the mind. It is the ma...

“ Plate Surgical Dissection of the Wrist and Hand from Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise. “The hand is typical of the mind. It is the material symbol of the immaterial spirit, It is the prime.

Anatomie : Richard Quain. Plate 81 from The anatomy of the arteries of the human body, with its applications to pathology and operative surgery.

Anatomie : Richard Quain medicalstate: “ Plate 81 from The anatomy of the arteries of the human body, with its applications to pathology and operative surgery by Richard Quain.

Eye, from The Anatomy of the Arteries of the Human Body, by Jones Quain and Richard Quain, 1844.

}” “ Irish-born Quain brothers: Jones Quain an anatomist and professor of Anatomy and Physiology at the University of London; and Richard Quain professor.

60cm papier-mache model of the human body, 1848, by Louis Auzoux at the Whipple Museum of the Histor | Null Entropy

papier-mache model of the human body, by Louis Auzoux at the Whipple Museum of the Histor

Deep dissection of the shoulder with the muscles divided and reflected to show the spine of scapula, humerus, axillary nerve and posterior circumflex humeral artery.  By George Henry Ford from 'Illustrations of Dissections' by George Viner Ellis, 1867. ~~ www.facebook.com/TheIrregularAnatomist ~~ www.twitter.com/Irr_Anatomist

Deep dissection of the shoulder with the muscles divided and reflected to show the spine of scapula, humerus, axillary nerve and posterior circumflex humeral artery. By George Henry Ford from 'Illustrations of Dissections' by George Viner Ellis, 1867

Chromolithograph showing the skeleton and internal organs of the human body, including the liver, intestines, lungs, and bladder, from Julie...

Chromolithograph showing the skeleton and internal organs of the human body…

Richard Quain: The anatomy of the arteries of the human body, with its applications to pathology and operative surgery

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