Trunk arteries, 1825 artwork

Trunk arteries, 1825 artwork

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Caption: Trunk arteries. Dissection showing the internal mammary arteries (red, in chest) and the epigastric arteries (red, in groin and abdomen), from a man's trunk (torso). At left, more muscles have been removed, showing where the arteries lie in relation to overlying and underlying structures. This anatomical artwork is plate 235 from volume 4 of 'Manuel d'anatomie descriptive du corps humain' (1825). This 5-volume anatomy atlas was produced by French physician and surgeon Jules Germain Cloquet (1790-1883). The illustrations were by Haincelin. Volume 4 illustrated the anatomy of the circulatory and respiratory systems.

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