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One cadaver dissecting another Descriptive Title: Thorax - heart and lung. Technique: engraving/etching Source: Opera omnia anatomica et medica / 1627

Tabula hæc organa fere omnia vitalia in medio ventre seu thorace contenta ostendit (Thorax - heart and lung); from Opera omnia anatomica et medica, by Andrâe Du Laurens

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ De humani corporis fabrica, Spiegel, Adriaan van de, 1578-1625. See: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/287386019945431155/

De humani corporis fabrica, Spiegel, Adriaan van de, ++ and 4500 more vintage medical illustrations on this website!

Georg Bartisch (1535–1607), ''Ophthalmodouleia Das ist Augendienst", 1586 (the first German text on ophthalmology

Georg Bartisch (1535–1607), ''Ophthalmodouleia Das ist Augendienst", 1586 (the first German text on ophthalmology

The position of organs in the thorax. from Die descriptive und topographische Anatomie des Menschen, 2. ed. von C. Heitzmann. Published 1875.

scientificillustration: The position of organs in the thorax Die descriptive und topographische Anatomie des Menschen ed.

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Heart and lungs, shown in isolation with trachea and esophagus; from De homine, by René Descartes 1662 (Copyright © 2003 University of Toronto Library.

Morbid Anatomy: Announcing a New Virtual Museum Dedicated to Frederik Ruysch (1638-1731): Anatomical Artist, Museologist, Morbid Anatomy Patron Saint!

Morbid Anatomy: Announcing a New Virtual Museum Dedicated to Frederik Ruysch Anatomical Artist, Museologist, Morbid Anatomy Patron Saint!

Mask for treating a strabismus, from 'Ophthalmodouleia' by Georg Bartisch (1535-1636) published in Dresden in 1583 (colour woodblock print)

Mask for treating a strabismus, from 'Ophthalmodouleia' by Georg Bartisch published in Dresden in 1583 (colour woodblock print)

Fantastically Creepy Images and Tales From The Morbid Anatomy Anthology | Science | WIRED

Fantastically Creepy Images and Tales From The Morbid Anatomy Anthology

Fantastically Creepy Images and Tales From The Morbid Anatomy Anthology | Science | WIRED

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"Alas, poor Yorick, and poor me"= this skeleton from a popular century anatomy textbook.

Structures of the eye, vivisection of swine, surgical instruments; 1560; engraving/etching; from Anatomia del corpo humano. by Juan Valverde de Amusco (ca. 1525 - ca. 1588)

Structures of the eye, vivisection of swine, surgical instruments; from Anatomia del corpo humano. by Juan Valverde de Amusco (ca. 1525 - ca.

Spiegel, Adriaan van (1578-1625 http://www.pinterest.com/pin/287386019943684612) and Casseri, Giulio (ca. 1552-1616).    Title: De humani corporis fabrica libri decem (pinterest.com/pin/287386019941581713/). See: pinterest.com/pin/287386019947538245

Grabado anatómico de Adriaan van Spiegel y Giulio Casseri "De humani corporis fabrica libri decem"

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