Heart and lung anatomy, 17th century

Heart and lung anatomy, 17th century

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Caption: Heart and lung anatomy. 17th-century artwork showing the anatomical structure of the heart and lungs. This artwork is from the posthumously published anatomical work 'De homine figuris' (1662) by the French natural philosopher Rene Descartes (1596-1650). This copy of the artwork is from the library of the Paris Faculty of Medicine.

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