Human anatomy, 1823

Human anatomy, 1823

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Caption: Human anatomy. 19th-century illustrations showing the anatomy of a human skull (upper left), brain and spinal column (upper centre), chest and abdominal organs (lungs, heart, liver, stomach, intestines; upper right), the heart (centre left), the pancreas (centre right), the urinary system (kidneys and bladder; lower left), lung airways (lower centre), and the stomach and small and large intestines (lower right). Details include spinal nerves and vertebrae, lung blood vessels either side of the heart, the pancreatic duct, and blood vessels adjacent to the kidneys. This page is from 'Universal Technological Dictionary' (1823) by British author George Crabb (1778-1851).

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