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Historical Anatomies on the Web
Thought you guys might find this interesting. Over at the National Library of Medicine they are scanning various old manuscripts on anatomy. The link is...
All images are free to download, as one of the mandates of NLM/NIH is to make medical information available to the public. There are some great images in these old texts. My personal favorite being Vesalius' De Humani Corporis Fabrica (kind of a no brainer as it's considered one of the most important books on human anatomy). Enjoy
|02 February 2006||#2|
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Fantastic resource, thank you for sharing!
Do you mind also posting this link here:
Reference for Anatomical and Figurative Art
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