Cheselden’s Plates of the Human Bones, by William Cheselden, 1814 print / Femur / Anatomical <3

Cheselden's Plates of the Human Bones, Fig Front side of Os Femoris (the femur bone) Fig Back side of Os Femoris Fig Underside of Patella, where it moves against the Os Femoris.

Illustration of epidural hematoma in Medical Illustration Atlas and Epitome of Traumatic Fractures and Dislocations, Heinrich Helferich, Joseph Colt Bloodgood, 1902

Illustration of epidural hematoma in Medical Illustration Atlas and Epitome of Traumatic Fractures and Dislocations, Heinrich Helferich, Joseph Colt Bloodgood, 1902 / Anatomical

Scientific medical illustrations by Dana Hamers, via Behance

In study Master of Scientific Illustration (MSI) i;ve worked on desections of humans, especially human leg. To learn the anatomy of a human.In my final work i& draw a endoluminal fundoplication operation with Nicole Bouvy as surgeon and my companion.

pregnant female body cross-section, by Wilhelm Braune, from Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas : nach Durchschnitten an gefrornen Cadavern, 1867-1872

pregnant body cross-section, by Wilhelm Braune, from Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas : nach Durchschnitten an gefrornen Cadavern,

Scientific Illustration; hip bones are lovely <3

Drawings of Antique Anatomical Illustration (copper engraving) of female pelvic bones., Smellie, 1754 - Search Clip Art Illustrations, Wall Posters, and EPS Vector Graphics Images -

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Ball point pen drawing by Andrea Schillaci I love the pose the skeleton assumes. Both haunting and exuberant at the same time.

N.H. Jacob with Ludovic Hirschfeld / Unknown

Illustration blood vintage Anatomy medical veins nerves medical illustration Physiology cross section

Hand anatomy. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @Christina Childress & Porter Inc. Resources.

smallequals: Drawing of the hand and wrist, circa 1900 By Elisa Schorn. From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University. such a better picture of some of the hand and wrist muscles.

Illustration of arm amputations. Civil War era. ‘Broken Bodies, Suffering Spirits’ at the Mütter Museum - NYTimes.com

‘Broken Bodies, Suffering Spirits’ at the Mütter Museum

Anatomica Aesthetica: Mütter Museum Photographs and H. F. Aitken Illustrations from the Dittrick Medical History Center

Dittrick Museum: Anatomica Aesthetica: Mütter Museum Photographs and H. Aitken Illustrations from the Dittrick Medical History Center

Anatomical illustration by Jan Luyken and Jan Claesz ten Hoorn from "Collectanea medico-physica" by Steven Blankaart (1690), digitized by the Rijksmuseum

Anatomical illustration by Jan Luyken and Jan Claesz ten Hoorn from "Collectanea medico-physica" by Steven Blankaart digitized by the Rijksmuseum

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