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Malformed arms, having only three fingers, of two generations (father and son). From Family Skeletons, 1946.
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Malformed arms, having only three fingers, of two generations (father and son). From Family Skeletons, 1946.

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Dr. Buller’s shield, for use as protection on the unafflicted eye from germ spread while the other, infected eye is treated for conjunctivitis. From Edward Nettleship’s Diseases of the Eye, 1900
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Dr. Buller’s shield, for use as protection on the unafflicted eye from germ spread while the other, infected eye is treated for conjunctivitis. From Edward Nettleship’s Diseases of the Eye, 1900

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lucypereira:

OK so I´ve finish with my mouth serie just posting all of them together with more two new drawings. I´m very pleased with the final result  ^_^ hope you like ____________________
L. M. Valente Pereira
Mouth anatomical serie \ 8 drawings
each  apr.. 17 cm X 17 cm
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lucypereira:

OK so I´ve finish with my mouth serie just posting all of them together with more two new drawings. I´m very pleased with the final result  ^_^ hope you like ____________________

L. M. Valente Pereira

Mouth anatomical serie \ 8 drawings

each  apr.. 17 cm X 17 cm

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Skull reproduction illustrating the nerve supply to the teeth. Medical Plastics Laboratory, Gatesville, Texas
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Skull reproduction illustrating the nerve supply to the teeth. Medical Plastics Laboratory, Gatesville, Texas

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deathandmysticism:

Medical student J. J. Clarke, National Library of Ireland, ca. 1897-1904
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deathandmysticism:

Medical student J. J. Clarke, National Library of Ireland, ca. 1897-1904

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rosievandoll:

Manual of surgical bandages, devices and dressings, 1859.
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rosievandoll:

Manual of surgical bandages, devices and dressings, 1859.

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nemfrog:

To arrest haemorrhage from the temple.
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nemfrog:

To arrest haemorrhage from the temple.

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blackpaint20:

Shell wound of the wrist.
Medical Illustration by William Shultze, 1863.
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blackpaint20:

Shell wound of the wrist.

Medical Illustration by William Shultze, 1863.

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odd-titties:

 Siriraj Medical Museum
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odd-titties:

 Siriraj Medical Museum

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spectacularuniverse:

Arteries of the face and nasopharynx by Nicolas Henri Jacob from ‘Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme’ by Marc Jean Bourgery, 1831.
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spectacularuniverse:

Arteries of the face and nasopharynx by Nicolas Henri Jacob from ‘Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme’ by Marc Jean Bourgery, 1831.

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Dr. Hopkins’s apparatus for hot air applications to the ear, from Samuel H. Monell’s A system of instruction in X-ray methods and medical uses of light, hot-air, vibration and high-frequency currents, 1902
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Dr. Hopkins’s apparatus for hot air applications to the ear, from Samuel H. Monell’s A system of instruction in X-ray methods and medical uses of light, hot-air, vibration and high-frequency currents, 1902

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(Source: silk-white, via photobigbang)

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tenebrum:

☠☥Tu Tenebrarum☥☠ 

{Fritz Silberbauer, Illustration for “Der Tor und der Tod” by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, 1924}

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tenebrum:

☠☥Tu Tenebrarum☥☠

{Fritz Silberbauer, Illustration for “Der Tor und der Tod” by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, 1924}

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