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Pregnancy | Anatomical illustration that provide a unique perspective on the evolution of medical knowledge in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868)

Japanese Anatomical Illustrations, Edo Period - Pregnancy illustrations, circa These pregnancy illustrations are from a copy of Ishinhō, the oldest existing medical book in Japan.

Heart in pericardium, from Shinnin Kawaguchi's Kaishi hen, NLM Call no.: WZ 260 K21k 1772.

A woodcut by Aoki Shukuya from Kaishi Hen (Analysis of Cadavers), an anatomical atlas from the dawn of experimental medicine in Japan, published in Kyoto in 1772 – Source.

Ilustraciones anatómicas en Japón durante el periodo Edo

Edo-period medical illustration -- These anatomical illustrations are based on those found in Pinax Microcosmographicus, a book by German anatomist Johann Remmelin that entered Japan via the Dutch trading post at Nagasaki.

Author: Kawaguchi, Shinnin (1736-1811).    Title: Kaishi hen    Publication Information: Heian [Kyoto]: Hakubundō Tanaka Ichibe, Meiwa 9 [1772].

brain - Author: Kawaguchi, Shinnin Title: Kaishi hen Publication Information: Heian [Kyoto]: Hakubundō Tanaka Ichibe, Meiwa 9

The illustration from a late 17th-century document based on the work of Majima Seigan, a 14th-century monk-turned-doctor, Japan |

Edo-period medical illustration Vol. 3 Anatomical illustrations, late century “ These illustrations are from a late document based on the work of Majima Seigan, a.

内臓や骨の様子は今でこそよく知られており、Google Body Browserのようなウェブアプリで隅々まで観察することができますが、その昔は解剖はタブー中のタブーでした。そんな医学の夜明けの時代に作成された人体の...

Edo Period Human anatomy (date unknown). In this image, a sheet of transparent paper showing the outline of the body is placed over the anatomical illustration.

Japan's first recorded human dissection, 1754    These illustrations are from a 1754 edition of a book entitled Zōzu, which documented the first human dissection in Japan, performed by Tōyō Yamawaki in 1750. Although human dissection had previously been prohibited in Japan, authorities granted Yamawaki permission to cut up the body of an executed criminal in the name of science.

Japan's Recorded Human Dissection - Source: Nihon Iryō Bunkashi (History of Japanese Medical Culture)

Bandage instructions from two medical encyclopedias, 1813

☤MD ☞ ☆☆☆ Anatomy illustrations from Edo-period Japan, Bandage instructions from medical encyclopedia,

The Male | The anatomical illustration is based on Pinax Microcosmographicus, a book by German anatomist Johann Remmelin (1583-1632) that entered Japan via the Dutch trading post at Nagasaki.

Anatomical illustrations (artist/date unknown) [+] These anatomical illustrations are based on those found in Pinax Microcosmographicus, a book by German anatomist Johann Remmelin that entered Japan via the Dutch trading post at Nagasaki.

☞ MD ☆☆☆ “Down Brothers’ Gag” ~ “It is perfectly self-sustaining, owing to the presence of small sharp teeth which bite into the gum behind the molars.”, 1900

“Down Brothers’ Gag” “It is perfectly self-sustaining, owing to the presence of small sharp teeth which bite into the gum behind the molars.” From Cleft palate and adenoids, treatment of simple fractures by operation by William Lane, 1900

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