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From 'Engravings of the bones, muscles, and joints, illustrating the first volume of the Anatomy of the human body' by John Bell, 1804.

From ‘Engravings of the bones, muscles, and joints, illustrating the first volume of the Anatomy of the human body’ by John Bell, 1804.

The anatomy of the tongue beneath the mucous membrane by Erwin F. Faber from 'Applied anatomy - the construction of the human body considered in relation to its functions; diseases and injuries' by Gwilym G. Davis, 1916.

The anatomy of the tongue beneath the mucous membrane by Erwin F. Faber from ‘Applied anatomy – the construction of the human body considered in relation to its functions; diseases and injuries’ by Gwilym G. Davis, 1916.

‘Amoenitates Altdorfinae’, the Anatomical theater of the University of Altdorf, Switzerland, c.1720.

Carbuncle of the neck and an ulcer of the middle finger. From 'The medical counselor in word and image' by Dr. Fr Siebert published in Munich, Germany c.1910.

Carbuncle of the neck and an ulcer of the middle finger.
From ‘The medical counselor in word and image’ by Dr. Fr Siebert published in Munich, Germany c.1910.

Illustrations of fractures of the arm from 'The medical counselor in word and image' by Dr. Fr Siebert published in Munich, Germany c.1910.

Illustrations of fractures of the arm from ‘The medical counselor in word and image’ by Dr. Fr Siebert published in Munich, Germany c.1910.

Dissection to show the location of the spleen with a great view of the position of the ribs from 'A manual of surgical anatomy' by L. Beesly & T.B. Johnston, 1916.

Dissection to show the location of the spleen with a great view of the position of the ribs from ‘A manual of surgical anatomy’ by L. Beesly & T.B. Johnston, 1916.

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