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C.1842 P.S. Duval lithograph showing Plate 17 of the Viscera. Published by Carey & Hart.

Series of anatomical plates (Philadelphia: Carey & Hart,

Human brain and nervous system. It's like the most beautiful tree ...

Human brain and nervous system. It's like the most beautiful tree. Human brain and nervous system. It's like the most beautiful tree.

Post Injury Analysis & Treatment | Bald Runner

To get a full appreciation of what happened to me last Sunday's PIM, I tried to look for charts and pictures of specific muscles of the lower leg. Having finished two years of BS Pre-Med before ent.

"Anatomy: Descriptive and Surgical," was written by the British anatomist and surgeon Henry Gray in 1858.    "It was the first time that somebody ever sat down and really comprehensively put together this kind of atlas of the human body," said medical student Lujia Zhang, who studies at UCLA and Charles Drew University. "Even right now, it’s far more detailed than most anatomy books."

The Classic, Beautiful and Controversial Books That Changed Science Forever

Gray's Anatomy - a tale of two doctors - The Body Sphere - Image: Illustration by Henry Vandyke Carter from ed of Gray's Anatomy (Wellcome Library)

Blood vessels of the human brain shown via Magnetic Resonance Angiography at 7T #MRI Image by Dr. Jon Polimeni, #MGH

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Blood vessels of the human brain shown via Magnetic Resonance Angiography at

"Die vergleichende Osteologie" via the Biodiversity Heritage Library

19th century taxonomy illustrations reveal the strange beauty of skeletons

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Twenty-three year old Viennese woman, before and after contracting cholera. One mid-19th century report describes cholera victims who were “one minute warm, palpitating, human organisms - the next a sort of galvanized corpse, with icy breath, stopped pulse and blood congealed - blue, shrivelled up, convulsed”. Cholera causes profuse vomiting and diarrhoea, dehydrating the body so rapidly and severely that the blood thickens and the skin becomes deathlike and blue.

A young Viennese woman, aged depicted before and after contracting cholera Coloured stipple engraving, In the Wellcome Library, London Collection

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